Our 20 years of international experience in the field has shown us that the solutions to Solid Waste Infrastructure challenges can often be:
- Technically feasible but economically or institutionally infeasible
- Technologically attractive to elected officials or the public, but far from proven on a reliable, day-in-day-out, commercial scale basis
- Economically feasible but publicly or environmentally unacceptable
- Balanced in terms of proven technical reliability and economically suited to local conditions.
Solid Waste Infrastructure is one of the most difficult arenas in which to achieve full Project Success, primarily because of the inconsistency of the input waste materials, and secondarily because all Solid Waste Infrastructure projects depend on strong institutional local conditions including the ability to fund long term project Operations and Maintenance.
At Cambridge, we ensure “On-Budget” and “On-Expectation” projects consistently because we immediately analyze each project’s elements and express them in a rigorous, quantitative fashion.
Everyone in the project knows what they are doing, why they are doing it, how much it should cost, when each stage is to be finished, and other project metrics.
Cambridge has the capability to successfully plan, design-engineer, construction manage, start up and operate on your behalf projects incorporating each or a combination of the following elements:
- Solid Waste Master Plans
- Conceptual Designs
- Financial Modeling
- Detailed Engineering
- Field Quality Control
- Environmental Permitting
- Project EPC (Engineering/Procurement/Construction) Management
- Project Startup and Acceptance Testing