The engineers at Sage Civil Engineering pride themselves in the product they provide to their clients. Our services include design and contract administration/construction observation, feasibility studies, and infrastructure inventory for:
In Wyoming, Sage Civil Engineering is currently providing engineering services for Shively Field in Saratoga, Harvey Field in Rawlins, and the Powell Municipal Airport.
Concrete structures, converting open channels to buried pipe, developing geographic information systems: Sage has the experience to help manage your irrigation district and conserve your resources.
Sage Civil Engineering can provide the technical services you need for all of your water rights work including: New water rights, Enlargements, Change in Use Petitions, Change in Place of Use Petitions, Irrigation Plans, ...
Treated water, sanitary sewer, streets, highways and roads, recreation facilities, and boundary surveying are the types of work Sage Civil Engineering has successfully performed for our governmental clients.
Sage Civil Engineering has designed and administered construction for numerous residential subdivisions and commercial site plans.
Sage Civil Engineering provides full-service surveying including boundary work for platting, lot line adjustments, and subdivisions; field surveying for engineering design; and construction surveying for building the projects we design.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Whether it's a municipality, airport, rural electric company, or simply your private property, Sage Civil Engineering can develop a GIS to help you manage your interests.
Sage typically sees projects through from the pre-design through the final report, which includes Construction Administration. Our personnel have years of experience in observation and administration.
Energy Resource Development
Our team of engineers, surveyors, designers, and specialists possess the knowledge and experience to support the energy industry sectors.
Fish Screens and Passage
Sage Civil Engineering extensive experience on irrigation-related projects has attracted conservation groups to contact with us to aid in several projects involving stream stabilization and fish screens.