Did you know approximately 1,200 gallons of water flow from a single house (~2,000 sq ft) during a 1 inch rainfall?
Gateway Engineers team with Keith B. Key Enterprises and LaQuatra Bonci Associates for major housing project in Pittsburgh's Hill District.
Gateway Engineers responds quickly to an emergency sanitary force main break under one of Pittsburgh's busiest highways.
The common practice of treating grass clippings as waste is resulting in overloaded landfills and stormwater pollution...
Do you know where your valuable infrastructure (utilities, sewers, roadways) is located? Are you aware of its condition? Can you and your staff efficiently manage the next utility emergency? Are your historical plans and drawings readily available and a reliable source of information?
Gateway Engineers is proud to announce its plan to relocate its corporate headquarters and business operations from two buildings in Foster Plaza in Green Tree Borough to a single structure in...
Properly designed, Green Infrastructure (GI) can be an effective and economical tool to enhance community safety and quality of life.
Rain by nature is important for replenishing drinking water supplies, recreation, and healthy wildlife habitats but when it becomes polluted and reenters our water ways it can be hazardous to everyone's health.
Gateway Engineers in-house GIS capabilities provide efficient asset management solutions for municipalities, universities, and developers.
Our office will be closed on Friday, December 16, 2016 to accommodate the move to our new corporate headquarters.
The focus of yesterday's Corridors of Opportunity was the redevelopment of the Strip District. Held at Heinz History Center on Smallman Street, the panel of distinguished developers discussed the potential economic impact of redeveloping the area through three key project.
Gateway Engineers surveys the stars to help calibrate ACUTRONIC's precision motion simulators for the aeronautic, defense, and space industries.
We have all heard the commercials or seen the billboards, "Pennsylvania 811 - Know what's below. Call before you dig." We have also all noticed the various markings spray painted on the ground in an array of colors, sometimes even marked with flags. But do you fully understand what it all means?
Gateway Engineers lends a hand in the expansion of a local animal park.
Gateway Engineers provides civil services to Borough's streetscape project to beautify neighborhood.
Gateway Engineers' utility assessment locates ancient sewer line 60 feet below surface of proposed Gates Center on Carnegie Mellon Campus prior to construction.
Every year, landslides in the United States cause more damage than all other natural disasters combined... Learn the warning signs of a potential slide and how to handle risky sites.
We all know that cars cause air pollution. But did you know that cars also cause water pollution?
Flooding, MS4 regulations, TMDLs, and deferred maintenance are common themes for the condition of municipal storm sewer system. The solution can be found with a head-on approach to adopt a storm water fund.
Gateway Engineers adds new element to iconic theme park with design of Lazy River.
An effective and environmentally friendly stormwater management solution, rain barrels collect runoff from rooftops that can be used for other things, such as watering the lawn, flowers, or washing patio furniture.
2015's MBA Evening of Excellence is right around the corner... poised for record attendance... celebration of region's construction industry... Heinz Field East Club.
Insight of future economic drivers within region...over 350 professionals...networking, food, and learning.
The activities as mandated by the EPA and enforced by the DEP vary greatly...DEP has announced upcoming training opportunities regarding MS4 compliance...Increased MS4 obligations have created a higher potential of DEP audits, MS4 deficiencies, and ultimately penalties in regards to your MS4 efforts.
A healthy manufacturing industry is imperative in creating a healthy local, state, and national economy. In Pittsburgh, manufacturing has spurred a flurry of economic activity that...
A signature program of AIA Pittsburgh, Design Pittsburgh celebrates excellence in architecture and design, and honors those who create it.
There is more than natural beauty to be found in Butler County; there is opportunity for economic growth.
Gateway Engineers helps bring highly anticipated sports complex to life for residents.
Gateway Engineers is proud to support Family House in continuing its tradition of hospitality toward those in need.
The Pittsburgh Botanic Garden hosted New York Times best-selling author Amy Stewart earlier this month for a day-long series of events to celebrate cocktails and the plants from which they are made.
Energy is to Washington County as Abbey Road is to The Beatles. It’s hard to hold a conversation about Washington County without mentioning the region’s booming energy industry just as it’s nearly impossible to...
For those who didn't get the memo, the days of "be careful" have been replaced with EHS Managers, weekly safety meetings, and tailgate meetings prior to setting foot on a project site ... and for good reason.
ZweigWhite announces list of top 100 fastest growing A/E/P and environmental consulting firms in the U.S. and Canada.
Traditionally a coal producing region, Indiana County has learned to evolve with current markets while staying true to its past...
Needless to say, with the Marcellus and Utica Shale boom still in its prime, the landscape of Washington County and Southpointe will continue to change...
...children used engineering and surveying equipment, designed water filters, constructed box cities, studied wetlands, and made their own terrariums.
With the addition of Walnut Ridge, located off Battle Ridge Drive, the partners will have added over 1,000 new home sites to South Fayette Township.
Municipalities are required to follow their Operations and Maintenance Plan including the numerous tasks to be completed each year. The problem is that some do not know all of the requirements of their plan.
It could be said the phrase, “We spare no expense,” is overused at times in today’s business environment. At Gateway Engineers, we’ve incorporated measures so our culture is always growing toward making zero accidents.
Build Pittsburgh represents one of the largest and best-attended continuing education events in our region bringing together a community of architects, designers, and engineering professionals to engage in institutional learning.
Gateway Engineers will be exhibiting and is an event sponsor for the Spring 2014 KAPPA meeting Wednesday, April 9, and Thursday, April 10 at the Hilton Garden Inn Pittsburgh/Southpointe, Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. The meeting will be hosted by Waynesburg University.
A facilities staff has a lot to manage. They’re responsible for managing their organization’s utility assets and sometimes, the more difficult task, managing historical utility documents.
Gateway Engineers looks forward to networking at the Allegheny League of Municipalities (ALOM) Annual Spring Conference, to be held April 3-6, 2014, at Seven Springs Mountain Resort.
Gateway Engineers helps MarkWest Midstream develop a mammoth 10 acre compressor station to move product to market.
The Pittsburgh Business Times will honor the leaders of western Pennsylvania’s energy industry with the Energy Gala May 8, 2014. Gateway Engineers is a premier sponsor of the event, which will be held in the energy capital of the east, Washington County.
When the shale gas industry landed in southwestern Pennsylvania a half-dozen years ago, the industry leaders were mostly professionals from outside the area.
Gateway Engineers helps in the planning and resurrection of The South Side with SouthSide Works.
Gateway Engineers helps Sheetz, Inc. expand its reach with new locations.
Gateway Engineers improves a local treasure - the Mt. Lebanon Golf Course.
Gateway Engineers restores Pullman Park to its former glory through strategic planning of future renovations.
BNY Mellon installed a new rooftop sign at its 54-story regional headquarters building in downtown Pittsburgh, using LED technology to replicate the financial institution’s gold, silver and bronze color palette. The 24-foot logo was...
Gateway Engineers assisted MarkWest Energy Partners, L.P. in selecting the location for the Carpenter Compressor Station. Understanding the role in which hydraulic systems play in compressor station operation, the project team...
Gateway Engineers works with New York architect to design Pittsburgh's O'Reilly Theater in the heart of Downtown's Cultural District.
Gateway Engineers charts path of waterline for crossing between Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Gateway Engineers helps Clarion University develop its master plan with GIS.
Gateway Engineers support the Borough of Dormont in saving their beloved pool.
Gateway Engineers surveys the riverfront for what would become The Rivers Casino.
Autodesk certifications are industry-recognized credentials developed to validate the skills and knowledge of Autodesk users.
Gateway Engineers provides remediation plans for slipping foundation along a MarkWest Midstream metering stations.
Gateway Engineers traffic improvements help residents and project owner realize a win-win scenario for new healthcare building Pine Township.
Gateway Engineers and Oxford Development rejuvenation area near Parkway Center Mall with City Vista development.
Gateway Engineers provides surveying services during the construction of PNC Plaza, the newest addition to Downtown Pittsburgh's world-renowned skyline.
Gateway Engineers works with artist to bring vision to reality in Downtown Pittsburgh.
In 2012, DiCicco Development joined forces with Concord Hospitality to develop two lots that they owned at Scott Station Metro Office Park, in Moon Township, Pennsylvania.
Gateway Engineers is presenting sponsor for Corridors of Opportunity event in Morgantown, West Virginia
To an owner, “unforeseen conditions” and “change orders” are unsavory words that often result in more cost and time to complete his or her project.
The Pittsburgh Business Times released its third installment of Who’s Who in Energy, a comprehensive list of key players across the energy industry.
You’re out of space, you’ve been eyeing that lot next door, and you’ve heard the commercial regarding cheap steel buildings. While it seems like a no-brainer: Stop!
The Pittsburgh Botanic Garden elected a new member to its board of directors. Ryan Hayes, Gateway Engineers shareholder and director of business development, joined the organization to serve as a board member and become actively involved in sub committees.
More than eighty people gathered for Pittsburgh Botanic Garden’s Celebrating the Layered Landscape: Design to Bridge the Nature-Culture Divide series. The series featured Rick Darke, a widely published author, photographer, lecturer, horticulturist and consultant.
Have you ever thought about all the many components that must work together to complete a design?
The Pittsburgh Business Times revealed its list of the Top 100 Fastest-Growing Companies in the Region during the publication’s annual award ceremony held at the Duquesne Club in downtown Pittsburgh.
Water quality is an important issue that a municipality should want to control and regulate on their own receiving waters.
Engineering News-Record (ENR), an architectural and engineering industry-focused publication with more than 70,000 paid subscribers, released its 2013 list of the Top 500 Design Firms in the nation.
Gateway Engineers introduces first CNG vehicle... more sustainable, environmentally friendly practices.
The seller doer model is nothing new, however, more firms in the A/E/C industry are adopting this sales model as clients — more than ever — are realizing the benefits of working with a firm that emphasizes efficiency.
Employees donate over 75 gifts to help make area children's holidays brighter.
Cystic fibrosis is an inherited chronic disease that affects the lungs and digestive system of about 30,000 children and adults in the United States (70,000 worldwide).