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|Industry||Engineering, Architecture, Planning, Construction Management|
|Founder||C. Maxwell Stanley; Charles Young.|
|Headquarters||Muscatine, Iowa, U.S.|
|Gregs G. Thomopulos, Chair Emeritus;
Gayle Roberts, Chairman;
Kate Harris CEO, President
|Revenue||$165 million (2017)(estimated)|
Number of employees
Stanley Consultants is a global engineering consulting firm that plans, designs, procures, manages and commissions complex capital projects in power and energy, water and wastewater, water resources, transportation and the environment. Headquartered in Muscatine, Iowa, Stanley Consultants serves utility, industrial and institutional companies, municipal, state and federal government agencies, foreign military governments and building contractors. The company enhances the reliability, resiliency, efficiency, sustainability and security of clients’ facilities and infrastructures and collaborates with contractors on design-build, EPC and P3 alternative delivery methods.
Stanley Consultants’ global capabilities include serving clients in all 50 states and U.S. territories and 118 countries across all seven continents through its network of 35 offices worldwide. The company is a recognized industry leader ranked by Engineering News-Record (ENR) among the Top 100 U.S. Design Firms and Top 225 International Firms.
Stanley Consultants began as a small engineering firm in Muscatine, Iowa, founded by Charles Young in 1913 at Central States Engineering. In 1932, C. Maxwell “Max” Stanley joined the firm as a minority partner, and the firm was renamed Young and Stanley Inc.
The 1930s brought an expansion of public works projects in the United States under the federal Public Works Administration. Stanley Consultants obtained many government contracts dealing with rural electrification, state roads, highways, water supply and sanitation systems and then support of World War II military installations. When Mr. Young retired in 1939, the firm again changed names to The Stanley Engineering Company. As to better reflect the company’s scope and nature of services provided the name was changed to Stanley Consultants in 1966.
Stanley Consultants offers full lifecycle project services from planning, designing and procurement to management and commissioning.