O’Brien Engineering (OEI) is a certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). Our business is owned and operated by an honorably discharged disabled veteran. Being an SDVOSB certified business gives OEI an opportunity to continue to serve our nation. The federal government has programs that allow SDVOSB certified businesses special opportunities to earn government contracts in various sectors.
SDVOSB Federal Contracts
Once OEI became SDVOSB certified, we began working with our federal government on multiple contracts and task orders. Each new project provides new challenges and opportunities to improve the infrastructure of our nation.
We are proud to work with the following federal government agencies:
- Department of Defense
- Department of Homeland Security
- Department of Agriculture
- Veteran Affairs
OEI currently holds more than ten federal contracts. Our projects range from facility design and construction to emergency floodplain and water resource management. Our expertise in many areas of the engineering industry helps each department find its unique solution. This sometimes takes collaboration with other government and private agencies.
OEI is proud to work with several agencies:
- US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
- Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
- Forest Service (FS)
- Veterans Affairs (VA)
Many large-scale projects overlap different jurisdictions. Organizations can communicate and work with each other to streamline the implementation of a design. Many projects need collaboration on many levels to achieve success.
OEI continues to pursue projects with federal, state, municipal, and private organizations. Each new project is an opportunity for us to help better our nation.
Our multidisciplinary approach to design gives a comprehensive solution. To learn more about our collaboration with our federal government, visit the federal sector of our work page. The OEI team is ready to help you with your structural or environmental engineering design needs today.