Proud to be doing our part to keep California’s critical infrastructure secure and operational, SAGE engineers and geologists are fanned out across Northern California assisting our clients who have experienced storm-related damage.
Justifiably, California residents wait with hopeful anticipation for the unyielding rain promised by the arrival of El Nino. Equally anxious, but for different reasons, are the utility companies and irrigation districts throughout the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Central Valley, and Bay Area.
Pounding rains alone can be a real problem. Add to that the unsettled ground conditions of fire-ravaged burn areas, and the unpredictability of what our winter weather beholds could be a recipe for a disaster.
Like you, we welcome the idea of California receiving significant precipitation this winter, and hope that that it’s plentiful yet kind. We also recognize that extreme flooding, eroding hillsides, and landslides can jeopardize the viability water conveyance infrastructure. Should an emergency arise, SAGE has a veteran team of engineers and geologists ready and available to assist you.
If you need emergency engineering services, contact SAGE to learn how we can be of assistance to you.