Our services can be used to augment a Client’s internal resources, provide specific engineering and technical expertise, and meet the range of Client’s engineering needs. Schneider Engineering’s account managers work with every Client to identify their needs and requirements.  We align our services with the Clients’ needs and directly support their system, operations, and business objectives. 

Our firm is organized into multiple divisions based on services provided.  Our engineering teams are structured by service, function, and grid-side facilities, including distribution, transmission, substation, and planning.  We also have field technicians and survey teams that align with our distribution, project management, and field services.

Our business consulting team specializes in consulting services for utilities and participants in the energy markets. Services categories include energy and gas supply procurement and portfolio development, energy market risk management strategy development and implementation, utility cost of service, rate studies and financial forecasts, financial management strategy development, regulatory compliance support, and consulting related to smart grid and other technology related projects and processes.


Our professional engineers and technicians provide engineering design and planning services to assist electric utilities, large industrial, and power generation Clients with their project needs. Our design and construction engineering teams are FOCUSED on providing practical, reliable, and constructible solutions to meet project goals. System planning engineers bring ENERGY to analysis and develop strategic plans to economically grow electric systems in a reliable, safe manner to meet growing demands of your electric infrastructure.
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Our team of business consultants are equipped and FOCUSED to help our Clients succeed in the challenging and dynamic utility business. Our services are designed to help our Clients navigate the changing business and regulatory environments, and meet the challenges of today’s electric utility industry.