A Company that Listens to Clients
For 30 years, our clients have benefitted from MARRS’ integrity and quality in providing turn-key solutions that lower risks and address stakeholder concerns early on in the project life cycle, thus eliminating the potential rework, schedule delays and cost overruns. We are committed to focusing proactively on communication and responsiveness because we know that lack of communication and responsiveness are the root cause of most problems on projects.
MARRS’ growth has paralleled the expansion of California’s complex environmental and transportation infrastructure network. Local, regional, state, and federal agencies — Los Angeles Metro, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), Metropolitan Water Districts, Port of Long Beach, City of Los Angeles (Department of Public Works, Water and Power, Transportation and Port of Los Angeles) Orange County Transportation Authority, San Diego County Water Authority, US Department of Defense, Caltrans, and several others — have trusted us with many facets of their critical need projects. Our principal and key managers have made significant contributions to the successful completion of infrastructure projects totaling more than $25 billion in value, involving the traditional design-bid-build as well as alternative project delivery methods including design-build, construction management/general contractor (CM/GC) and public-private partnership (P3).
MARRS’ principal and project managers have operated at the core of major civil infrastructure programs, providing environmental management, project and construction management, civil engineering design, and agency coordination and regulatory liaison. We employ best management practices, and tools for scheduling, document control, cost estimating, cost engineering, GIS applications, and database programming that streamline work, and control projects for on time and on budget completion. The key to MARRS’ success is our team of dedicated and highly qualified personnel who bring decades of combined experience implementing multifaceted wet utility, facility, and transportation infrastructure projects.