Dry Utility Coordination

With decades of experience building key relationships and completing hundreds of dry utility coordination projects, MSA excels at identifying critical project needs quickly, providing cost saving solutions, and streamlining the utility coordination process.

MSA’s dedicated staff has extensive experience working with private developers, local utility agencies, and municipalities. Our project experience includes work on large single-family subdivisions, multi-family residential projects, condominiums, apartments, assisted living facilities, hospitals, schools, and commercial projects including hotels, casinos, and energy-intensive cultivation projects. MSA has worked successfully with Southern California Edison, Imperial Irrigation District, Southern California Gas, as well as numerous communication and data purveyors. MSA makes the agency-required submittals and then tracks all utility contracts, agreements, invoices, and easement documents. When design coordination is complete, MSA takes the lead and performs preconstruction meetings and remains available for construction support until the project is complete.

MSA has the skills and experience to guide projects from inception to completion.

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Civil Design Engineer


MSA Consulting, Inc. is accepting resumes for a Design Engineer for our Civil Engineering group. The successful candidate will serve as a CAD Designer and report directly to our Project Managers. Candidates should have a strong working knowledge of rough and precise grading design, earthwork analysis/calculation, hydrology/hydraulic analysis/reports, storm drain, street, water and sewer design.

Desired Skills and Experience

  • AutoCAD and Civil 3D proficiency
  • B.S. degree in Civil Engineering or related field
  • E.I.T., P.E. or on track for future registration
  • Minimum 2 years design experience
Rancho Mirage, CA
Full Time

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