Municipal Infrastructure

Headquartered in Detroit, Michigan, LGC has a long working history with the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD), the 3rd largest provider of high-quality drinking water and wastewater treatment services in the United States. In conjunction with the newly formed Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA), DWSD services the City of Detroit and 127 neighboring communities. Over the course of its 20-year relationship with DWSD and GLWA, LGC has performed more than $450M worth of competitively bid work for the Agencies.

LGC specializes in the new construction, repair and replacement of:

  • Water Mains
  • Sanitary and storm water sewer lines
  • Water & waste water treatment plants
  • Pump and lift stations
  • Outfalls
  • Circular & non-circular sewers using trenchless technology including CIPP, slip lining, and pipe bursting methods

LGC has built a strong working relationship with local municipal departments, including the City of Detroit as well as other local cities and counties throughout Michigan. Our management teams and crews are knowledgeable of the neighborhoods and their unique attributes and have an appreciation and understanding of the importance of safety, quality, budgets and community concerns involved in successfully completing large-scale infrastructure improvement projects.