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Due Diligence Reducing Risk to Increase Your Bottom Line

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Prime real estate for development has been steadily shrinking in the southwestern Pennsylvania region.  Early industrial, commercial, and residential developers generally chose the sites which were the least challenging.  The “easy stuff” is now mostly developed, and what remains undeveloped is usually still there for a reason.

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Leveraging GIS To Manage Your Capital Assets

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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?

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PA One Calls: Their Importance And Meaning

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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?

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Requirements For Municipal O&M Plans

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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.

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Environmental Health

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. 

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GIS For Facilities Staff

GIS For Facilities Staff

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.

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Devloping Scott Station

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.

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Expanding Commercial Facilities

Expanding Commercial Facilities

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!

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