Electrical Engineering For Water and Wastewater Treatment
At BGD our primary focus is to provide safe, reliable, and easy to operate electrical solutions. The firm was founded in 2015 by Gregory S. Baird, P.E. and John W. Gilroy, Jr., P.E. No other team is better skilled to accurately execute electrical engineering and SCADA integration services than the team at BGD. The firm’s professional engineers have over 45 years of combined experience in the water and wastewater industry.
BGD’s remote work culture has been in place since the incorporation of the company. All employees work from home, allowing for flexibility and increasing productivity for the engineering and design process.
BGD’s professional engineering experience includes full-service planning and design, project management, design-build, EPC (engineering, procurement and construction), construction management, SCADA programming, and plant commissioning services.
The firm’s in-depth knowledge in critical infrastructure projects covers all aspects of electrical systems including power distribution, switchgear, automation controls and instrumentation, standby power, SCADA, and network communications. The firm has completed projects across Texas for various public and private water systems, utility districts, regional water authorities, and small to large municipalities.
Gregory S. Baird, P.E.
Greg is the co-founder and Principal of BGD. Greg’s experience includes the electrical design of numerous facilities, including pump stations, … Read More
John W. Gilroy, Jr., P.E.
John is the co-founder and Principal of BGD. He studied at Texas A&M University, where he earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering. His expertise … Read More
Jon-Paul Dixon, P.E.
Jon-Paul is a Principal within the firm that joined the team in 2017. He brings years of experience in Water/Wastewater electrical design with a specialty in automation. He studied at … Read More
Shane R. Mecke, P.E.
Shane’s experience includes the design of power distribution systems and lighting systems for roadways, subdivisions, parks, water plants, and wastewater … Read More