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Government & Infrastructure Capital Project Consulting

Our dedicated team delivers integrated capital project and real estate solutions to local, regional, and state government. 

Public sector capital programs, infrastructure projects, and real estate transactions are visible and risky.

We’ve delivered successful county, city hall, police, fire, court, and library facilities as well as multi-billion dollar water, sewer, road, and parking deck projects.

Let our experienced team assist you with space planning, real estate, project feasibility, and capital program management. We integrate seamlessly with your current team and help you answer tough questions such as:

  • Is our building’s space efficient?
  • How do we select the right architect?
  • How do we make timely decisions to keep construction on track?
  • How do we navigate pitfalls in construction budgets, schedules, and communication

As an unbiased advisor for more than two decades, we’ve gained a unique perspective. To discuss the unique needs of your project, let’s start a conversation today.

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Government & Infrastructure Capital Project Consulting Thought Leadership

  • Plante Moran Cresa’s Paul Theriault makes partner

    Plante Moran Cresa has seen exciting growth in staff and projects over the last 20 years. We’re happy to announce Paul Theriault as our new partner and a well-deserved promotion for Sherri House.

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    Article August 9, 2018 2 min read
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  • Owner’s representative creates productive start to new fire station project

    By clearly communicating the West Bloomfield Fire Department’s needs to its project team, Plante Moran Cresa encouraged a collaborative beginning to the new fire station project.

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    Article July 12, 2018 1 min read
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  • Royal Oak breaks ground on first project in $94.2 million city center complex
    The City of Royal Oak celebrated the groundbreaking for a $37 million, 140,000-square-foot office building, part of a larger city center complex.
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    Article June 14, 2018 1 min read
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  • Thinking about becoming a smart city? 10 benefits of smart cities
    Smart city technology can help cities operate more efficiently while improving services to citizens and businesses, among many other benefits. Here are the top 10 ways we see smart cities — and their stakeholders — benefiting.
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Working With Us

With access to more than 200 professionals dedicated to serving governments, we effectively provide our clients with the vision and tools to be successful in these increasingly challenging times. Our approach is comprehensive. Our experienced professionals and proven process consistently help plan and implement new facilities, real estate strategies, and economic development efforts.

Before you make a move or put a shovel in the ground, let us help you uncover every opportunity.

Our Work

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Plante Moran Cresa helps Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority improve its capital program performance
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority manages approximately $35 million in construction projects per year and plans to increase capacity to $75 million per year.
Case Study June 3, 2017 2 min read
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Repurposed big-box retail store transforms into state-of-the-art city hall
When financing and limited options threatened to keep the City of Westland from addressing its aging city hall, the City engaged Plante Moran Cresa to provide a solution.
Case Study May 4, 2017 1 min read