Public infrastructure is intended to serve its communities for generations to come, while also fitting within municipal and agency fixed budgets. PSE’s general design philosophy therefore strives to balance robustness and economical solutions. While there are specific considerations and design criteria that should be identified to ensure project elements are seismically and structurally sound, constructability, maintenance, and end-user satisfaction are elements that are equally as important. PSE’s familiarity and expertise with public works allows us to take constructability considerations throughout every design phase of a project. By taking care in our design and planning process, issues that can result from complex construction projects can be mitigated. Sequencing, evaluating site constraints, coordination of multi-discipline design teams, improved detailing, and performing on-site structural observations are some key factors used to ensure a smooth, successful project that is delivered on time and within budget.