Baton Rouge
721 Government Street
Suite 302
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802
Phone: 225.387.2422
Fax: 225.387.2423

New Orleans
701 Poydras Street
Suite 365
New Orleans, Louisiana 70139
Phone: 504.586.8066
Fax: 225.387.2423


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Louisiana Project Experience

Improving Baton Rouge's Sewer System with New Wastewater Pump Stations
Stanley Consultants designed 16 new replacement pump stations for the City of Baton Rouge to resolve city-wide sewer problems and position the City to realize millions of dollars in fiscal savings through a 25-year planning period..
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Sanitary Sewer at Tulane Research Facility Enlarged to Accommodate Campus Expansion
Since its inception in 1964, the Tulane research campus has been expanded several times. During this expansion, the sanitary sewer treatment plant was modified to adjust to new loadings by adding oxidation ponds and a constructed wetlands area.
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Protecting the West Bank
On the Mississippi River, a 275-mile section of the levee system that flows through Arkansas and Louisiana makes up the Mississippi River West Bank. Periodic inspections are required to verify the proper operation and maintenance and structural stability of the levee system.
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Reviewing the Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet Canal Closure
In 2005, Hurricane Katrina sent a surge of water up the Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet (MRGO) Canal flooding many parishes along its banks. As a result, the Inner Harbor Navigational Canal (IHNC) Surge Barrier was built.
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Restoring New Orleans’ Hurricane Protection
Hurricane Katrina decimated New Orleans’ hurricane protection system, leaving the city highly vulnerable to future hurricanes. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) selected Stanley Consultants to be the program manager for Task Force Guardian to restore the city’s hurricane protection system to pre-Katrina protection levels before the next hurricane season, just eight months away.
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Developing a Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction System
The two gates that comprise the “largest sector gates in the U.S.” are shipped to the construction site of the New Orleans’ West Closure Complex by barge. These gates were part of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) program to develop and design New Orleans’ $14.5 billion Hurricane and Storm Damage Risk Reduction System (HSDRRS). Stanley Consultants served on the program management team.
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Plaquemines Parish Gains Much Needed Flood Protection
Fronting protection keeps the Plaquemines Parish in New Orleans out of harm’s way. New pump stations were constructed to keep flood waters at bay.
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Recent News

Stanley Consultants Selected for Louisiana I-12 Widening Design

September 30, 2016 | Stanley Consultants designing the widening of 3.5 miles from US 90 to LA 21 in Tammany Parish.