Our goal is to build long-term client relationships.
We Can Not Thank You Enough!
Thank you so much for everything you have done for our community. We can not thank you enough! Since you have taken us under your wing you have saved our sewer and the moral of our community.
Jason Crocker, Board Member
Craig County Water and Sewer District
Could Not Be More Impressed
Ada County received the SWANA training course from Michelle Langdon and we could not be more impressed. Ada County gained tons of knowledge and Michelle did a fantastic job! We would highly recommend Michelle for any training. She made the course very fun, and her knowledge and professionalism was very impressive.
Justin McConnell, Solid Waste Environmental Compliance Manager
The Eastgate Village Water & Sewer Association supplies water and sewer for the Eastgate Subdivision within the Helena Valley. We have over 600 residential hookups that service over 2,000 residents. The Board has employed with Great West Engineering for numerous years on numerous projects. Great West staff has been responsive, professional, and has worked closely with the Board members. The Board is greatly satisfied with the work the Great West staff has provided and their expertise.
Jean Riley, President
Eastgate Water Sewer Association
Extensive Funding Knowledge
The City of Glendive has worked with Great West Engineering on two major projects and numerous smaller projects in the last eleven years. We have completed a wastewater treatment plant and are currently working with them on our water treatment plant upgrades. Great West has completed planning, grant writing, design, and construction management for each of these projects.
Their knowledge of funding from different agencies, both State and federal, is extensive. They have helped the City receive multiple grants to complete projects. If we have questions, they are available to help guide us. The grant writing staff has exhaustive experience in both writing and administering grants and have worked on both sides of the grant process.
Kevin Dorwart, Operations Director
City of Glendive
The City of Cut Bank has worked with Great West Engineering for over a decade on multiple projects on multiple scales. Great West Engineering and the City of Cut Bank just completed a $16 million-dollar wastewater treatment facility where the project came in within budget and on time.
The Great West Engineering employees I have worked with have always been available for consultation whenever I have needed them. They are knowledgeable, professional, and well connected with other agencies to help them deliver a product that is well designed and cost efficient. I would highly recommend them for any projects you may have coming up.
Dan Raemaeker, Mayor
City of Cut Bank
10+ Years, Never Been Dissatisfied!
“We have been able to procure with Great West Engineering for well over ten years, and we have never been dissatisfied with the service they had provided.”
Sandra Jones, Mayor
City of Roundup
Great West built conceptual layouts for us keeping everyone’s goals in mind. One thing that stood out to me during this process was the teams knowledge of the industry.
Brandon Johnson, CEO
Latah Sanitation Inc
Seamless Part of Our Landfill Team
Travis Pyle and Michelle Langdon of Great West have been a pleasure to work with and have seamlessly become a part of our landfill team. Their genuine willingness to help provide guidance and find solutions to our challenges has come as a nice change from other consulting teams that have a “salesman” mentality.
Leah C. Fisk, Environmental Engineer
City of Walla Walla
Great West Engineering Does Not Take Short Cuts
As an owner/operator, it is important that an engineering firm not only understands what you want, but also listens to the direction you give them. In my experience, Great West Engineering does not take short cuts and has little gray area which leads to a project that will stand the test of time. I would recommend them if you want a project with high end design.
Josh Bartlome, Executive Director
Southern Idaho Solid Waste District
Integral Part of Our Regional Landfill’s
Travis has been a very integral part of ACRL’s [Asotin County Regional Landfill’s] effort to meet all of our operation and environmental needs. His attention to detail, diligence to deadlines and ability to meet the County’s constraints is exceptional.
Steve Becker, Solid Waste Supervisor
Proud of Project
Whitman County is very proud of this project and the job of Travis Pyle to keep us under budget. Whitman County would definitely recommend Travis Pyle for any project in the Solid Waste arena that you are considering.
David Nails, Solid Waste & Recycling Director
Nothing but Exemplary
Travis’ performance on all aspects of our projects has been nothing but exemplary. Having spent 18 years in the consulting business myself, I understand what it takes to meet the clients professional and technical expectations, both of which Travis excels at.
Mark Storey, PE, Director/County Engineer
CMRWA Secures Additional $28.6 Million!
We are excited to announce an additional $28.6 million in federal funding has been awarded to the Central Montana Regional Water Authority for the Musselshell-Judith Rural Water System! The funds will be used to push forward into phases 3, 3A and 4 of the system which...
Share in the Dream
We had a great time sponsoring and attending Share in the Dream! A fundraiser for Camp River Run, all proceeds are used to help with funding for the camp. The multi-day camp is designed for kids who are coping with life threatening illness or disabling/ongoing medical...
Christmas Families 2022
Tis the season season, the Great West crew funded, shopped and delivered gifts throughout all our offices to help those in need!
We are dedicated to helping our clients succeed
Engineering is more than concrete and math. It is about designing solutions that solve community problems. For more than 35 years we have been dedicated to helping small communities improve their way of life. We specialize in helping communities find external project funding and with relieving the administrative burden that often results in working with grants and funding programs. We consider ourselves successful when we are able to develop a long-term relationship with our client and count ourselves as part of their community.