Soquel Union Elementary School District (District) recently approved a plan to renew and fortify its energy infrastructure. These upgrades will provide much-needed comfort, resiliency and sustainability to its schools in the face of climate change, unpredictable public safety power shutoffs (PSPS) and rising utility costs.
Now more than ever, telecommunications is a critical lifeline to productivity, especially in the face of a public health crisis. Remote working, tablets, cell phone and hot spots all saw significant usage (and expense) increases over the past 18 months. But there is help available.
The City of Ontario has secured more than $35 million in funding for energy infrastructure improvements–an infrastructure renewal program that is projected to save the City more than $75 million over the life of its new equipment.
Procure America is proud to be recognized as one of Inc. Magazine’s “Fastest-Growing Companies in America,” and to have been nominated for the Orange County Business Journal’s 2021 “Excellence in Entrepreneurship” award.
Nestled in the remote foothills between Sacramento and Lake Tahoe, Pollock Pines Elementary School District is focused on promoting the wellbeing and achievement of its students through high-quality education. Like many other school districts across the state, however, Pollock Pines faces challenges to its mission: wildfires and public safety power shutoffs (PSPS), COVID-19 and waning budgets, failing infrastructure and rising utility costs.
The City of Brea has seen a broad increase in development and economic activity over the last two decades, raising the need for an updated Water Master Plan to address and accommodate future growth and demand on the CIty’s water system. The City contracted with Civiltec in 2019 to assess the current system and develop an updated Master Plan.