Sectors
General Infrastructure
From transportation and telecom to water management systems, PFES’ Infrastructure services embody our dedication to building the foundation for tomorrow's growth.
Salt River Project
NV Energy
MidAmerican Energy
Green Mountain Power
Genesis Alkali
Eversource
Engie
Salt River Project
NV Energy
MidAmerican Energy
Green Mountain Power
Genesis Alkali
Eversource
Engie
Salt River Project
NV Energy
MidAmerican Energy
Green Mountain Power
Genesis Alkali
Eversource
Engie

Innovating Water, Transportation,
& Infrastructure for Tomorrow

The Infrastructure sector, encompassing water, transportation, and broader construction, is a cornerstone of economic development currently navigating a transformative era marked by rapid urbanization, technological advancements, and increasing environmental consciousness.

The water segment is particularly focused on sustainability and resilience, addressing challenges such as aging systems, climate change impacts, water scarcity, and pollution. Technologies like advanced water treatment, smart water systems, and water reuse practices are becoming integral to addressing these challenges.
Transportation infrastructure, which includes roads, bridges, railways, and ports, is also undergoing significant changes. The sector is adapting to shifts in global trade patterns, embracing digitalization, and preparing for a future where autonomous vehicles and smart cities are the norm.

Looking ahead, the Infrastructure sector is poised to become more integrated and intelligent, with a strong emphasis on sustainability.

Trends that Define the Next Era of Infrastructure

Water

When it comes to water, the interconnection with the Energy sector is critical. Water is essential in energy production, serving as both a source and coolant in power generation, a medium for resource extraction, and a necessary component in the cultivation of biofuels. As the demand for both resources grows, the Energy sector is increasingly focusing on the sustainability and efficiency of water use.

Transportation

As railways, bridges, and highways age, their efficiency diminishes and safety risks increase, making replacements or significant upgrades essential. Modernizing this infrastructure with advanced materials and technologies not only enhances durability and performance, but also incorporates sustainability and resilience against climate change and natural disasters. This renewal effort is vital for supporting economic growth, ensuring public safety, and meeting environmental sustainability goals.

The future of infrastructure is not just about physical construction; it's about building adaptable, resilient systems that can withstand the challenges of tomorrow while fostering economic growth and community development today.

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