Ports, waterways, and other water resource projects are vital economic drivers for local communities and the nation. Raising the capital necessary to undertake planning, design, construction, and maintenance activities for these resources is extremely difficult in a time of shrinking budgets and sequestration. Additionally, changes to the federal appropriations process have put financial decisions regarding our nation’s water resources in the hands of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Administration, rather than Congress. We partner with our clients to demystify the federal process and advocate on their behalf with federal agencies and Congress.
The experts at Warwick Group Consultants have worked with local communities to secure funding for their respective water infrastructure and resource needs. We work closely with the Corps of Engineers’ Districts and Divisions across the country, as well as the Corps Headquarters in Washington, DC. Our extensive experience and good working relationships with Congress and the Corps have allowed the experts at Warwick Group to get into the trenches to address study problems, cut through procedural red tape, and get the job done.
Additionally, the staff of Warwick Group has experience engaging agencies in the Executive Branch, including the Office of Management and Budget, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Council on Environmental Quality, and others. Our strong relationships with regulatory and budgetary authorities is vital to helping our clients achieve their water resources infrastructure goals and ensure the continued efficiency and protection of local communities.