ProSource has been named 2014 “Employer of the Year” by North Star Chapter 20 of the International Right of Way Association (IRWA). IRWA is the leading organization in educational programs and resources for the right of way profession. To receive the Employer of the Year award, the recipient...
We are pleased to announce that the International Right of Way Association (IRWA) has recognized the Oakwood Beach (NY) Buyout Program as a Top Project of 2014. In a highly competitive year, this project placed 5th out of the top ten infrastructure projects in the world. Click the link above to read more about this exciting project!
ProSource is excited to announce an addition to our environmental services! Our team can serve as your trusted advisor, a resource for you to contact when you need a second opinion or don't have the time or resources to review an environmental report. Let our experience in reviewing environmental documents take any guesswork out of your real estate transaction. The Trusted Advisor Program consists of the following services:
- Third-party environmental report reviews
- Scientific & regulatory insight and counsel
- Training for your staff - on or off-site
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2013 has brought tremendous opportunity and growth – now exceeding 400 professional staff nationally! ProSource has added numerous senior professionals to our team in each of our primary services. We are excited about the opportunity to support our new projects and clients as well as continue to provide unsurpassed service to our long-term clients.More News
ProSource has worked locally with the city of Cedar Rapids, for the past two years, on numerous projects related to the major flood event that occurred in 2008.
A 250-mile, 345 kV electrical transmission line from Duluth, Minnesota to Wausau, Wisconsin was constructed by Minnesota Power and Wisconsin Public Service Corporation where ProSource compiled and delivered vasts amount of work for a successful project.
ProSource provided a full range of services for the 325 mile new pipeline, which affected 2,500 parcels, tribal land, utilities, and road, railroad, and trail crossings in 13 counties and three states.More Projects