Mar 30, 2021

Cushing Terrell Creates Infrastructure Group, Includes Water Resources

Cushing Terrell Infrastructure focuses on land development, water resources, transportation, and energy services

Solar panels in a field used to power a hydroelectric facility. Projects like these are part of the newly announced Cushing Terrell Infrastructure group.

Cushing Terrell announced the creation of Cushing Terrell Infrastructure, the firm’s newest vertical market. This multi-disciplinary group is dedicated to projects associated with the development of national and local infrastructure.

“The formation of this specialty group within Cushing Terrell builds upon our belief that design integration opens the doors for deepened relationships with our clients and enhanced creativity across our teams,” said Greg Matthews, Cushing Terrell president. “Quality infrastructure is a foundation for thriving communities and economies and helping to meet this need specifically is a natural progression and growth area for our team.”

This group of engineers, land surveyors, and planners provides advanced solutions for both private- and public-sector clients throughout the U.S.

“At our core, we provide design solutions for the delivery of unique, thoughtful, and responsible projects,” said Zack Graham, who leads the Infrastructure group. “It all stems from our mission to invent a better way of living by providing effective solutions to the challenges our clients are faced with today. This team will address this concept with a focus on four primary areas of expertise: land development, water resources, transportation, and energy services.”

  • Land development: thoughtful design for private developers and public planners to better our communities
  • Water Resources: water and wastewater treatment
  • Transportation: industrial rail design and bridge design
  • Energy Services: providing micro-grid and utility scale PV design

While advancing efforts in all areas of expertise, the Infrastructure group is currently most heavily engaged in the development of microgrid systems supporting renewable energy generation in Southern California and parts of Nevada.