The Engineering & Project Management Division’s mission is to provide safe, reliable and sustainable municipal infrastructure in a fiscally and environmentally responsible manner utilizing technical and administrative expertise in the study, design and construction of capital improvement projects. The Division provides professional services in the areas of engineering, surveying, architecture, and project management through in-house and contracted resources. Such services also include financial, budget and grant management; procurement and contract management; scheduling; cost estimating; public involvement; asset management; and construction management and inspection. The Division provides leadership and participates in the planning, development, technical review and oversight of multimodal transportation improvements, storm water and floodplain management, land development, pavement management, survey and mapping, and facility improvements including new buildings, renovations and major facility maintenance projects. The Division collaborates with a variety of constituents and stakeholders including County residents and businesses, Council, Boards and Commissions, various County departments, state and federal agencies, and various public and private partners to provide infrastructure that meets the community’s needs.
Resources and Related Links:
Active Projects this link provides information on all current and ongoing transportation (roads and trails) and facility projects managed by the division.
Transportation Board obtains public input and makes recommendations to the County Council regarding transportation policies related to all users of the transportation system (pedestrian, bicycles, motor vehicles, transit, and aircraft) to ensure that equal consideration is given so that the most vulnerable can be safe within the public right-of way.
Bicycle Transportation System Plan - Public Works is updating the Bicycle Transportation Plan. Click here to review the DRAFT plan.
Public outreach is on-going click here to view the calendar of events.
The County is seeking public input, please click here to take a short survey.
Canyon Rim Trail Master Plan was developed in 2011 and the County is currently engaged in the development in these projects.
Resolution 10-32 is the policy for the design of public streets and rights-of-way in Los Alamos County.
Public Works Design and Construction Standards Rev. Sept 2008, These standards present criteria for use in the design and construction of municipal Public Works infrastructure in the County of Los Alamos, NM. This material is intended for use by qualified design professionals familiar with municipal infrastructure. Clarifications of these standards may be obtained from the County Engineer.
National Flood Insurance Program Los Alamos County is a participant in this program. If you require information on this program or have floodplain related questions, please contact the office of the County Engineer for assistance.
Pavement Management Analysis Report Nationwide, billions of dollars have been invested in roadway networks by municipal, state, and federal