Municipal & Planning

With municipal budgets tighter than ever, WallacePancher Group understands the need to provide engineering solutions in the most cost-effective manner possible. Whether planning, designing, permitting, or expanding public works infrastructure, we understand the financial impacts that affect a municipality and its residents.

WallacePancher Group is a partner that can anticipate the long-term effects that a project may have on a community while still delivering a solution to meet today’s budget. Our skilled staff has significant experience providing engineering services for multiple municipal development projects, including municipal representation, plan review procedures, roadway design, roadway resurfacing, stormwater design, and many other elements of municipal engineering.

Let the skilled professionals at WallacePancher Group help plan and design your next project to achieve maximum success.


What We Do

  • Storm and Sanitary Sewer Design
  • Water Main Distribution
  • Rate Studies
  • Site Plan Review
  • Bidding Documents
  • Construction Administration
  • Storm Water PPP
  • Municipal Roadway Repaving & Reconstruction
  • ADA Curb Ramp Compliance
  • Grant Application Preparation

  • NPDES Permitting
  • General Permits
  • USACE Nationwide Permits
  • Section 404 / 401 Permits

  • Hydraulic Studies
  • SSES/CMOM Studies
  • Construction Observation
  • ALTA Surveys & Topographic Surveys
  • Wetland Delineations
  • Wetland Mitigation Design
  • Stream Classifications
  • Stream Restoration Design
  • T&E Species Clearance
  • Macroinvertebrate Sampling
  • Taxonomic Identification

What is Municipal & Planning Engineering?

Municipal and planning engineering involves the design, construction, and maintenance of public infrastructure. It primarily focuses on city planning and urban development and is a subset of civil engineering.

Some of the key aspects of municipal planning and engineering include:

Urban Planning – Municipal engineers work closely with urban planners to create functional, efficient, and sustainable urban environments. Urban planning involves everything from designing road networks to planning for public parks and green spaces.

Public Infrastructure Design and Maintenance – A large part of municipal engineering is concerned with designing, building, and maintaining public infrastructure. Public infrastructure includes roads, bridges, water supply systems, sewer systems, and other essential infrastructure.

Transportation Engineering – Transportation engineering entails designing and maintaining transportation systems, including roads, bike lanes, sidewalks, and public transit systems.

Environmental Engineering – Municipal engineers also need to consider the environmental impact of their work. These engineers plan for stormwater management, ensuring that infrastructure projects comply with environmental regulations.