Governmental agencies must perform a balancing act with funds from public sources and distribution from other public agencies while creating, maintaining or replacing these important services.

GHA has been serving governmental clients since day one. Public infrastructure is the backbone of society and plays a crucial part in the built environment. GHA’s essence is centered on the experience gained over 40 years serving governmental clients where the foremost priorities are at the core of civil engineering: investigating, designing, and constructing projects with maximum cost efficiency while accomplishing all the goals of the project for the agency. The use of public funds commands a high respect for transparent, fully documented actions.

GHA serves many municipal clients, always focusing on guiding projects from studies and planning through the design process and to completed construction. Cities and Villages bear a heavy responsibility to deliver the best possible outcome of infrastructure improvements on limited budgets to their municipal constituents. GHA helps maximize the effectiveness and longevity of these improvements with four decades of experience and insights.

GHA also serves many township clients that bear responsibility for infrastructure including unincorporated areas. GHA guides township projects with emphasis on coordinating with multiple participating municipal and county agencies.

We also serve numerous County-level clients that have the additional responsibility of providing the structure of projects that may impact multiple municipalities, as well as infrastructure assets that serve whole networks of communities across the county.

State-level agencies such as the Illinois Department of Transportation and the Illinois EPA are key hubs of general public safety when it comes to delivery of essential infrastructure services. GHA often either serves directly or in compliance with a wide range of regulations, guidelines, and procedures set in place to guarantee standards are met.

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Leo Morand, P.E.
Director of Municipal Services