03.07.2019

At E.L. Robinson Engineering, we see things differently. To us, civil engineering is not a 9-5 job, but a 24/7 way of seeing the world. Our people bring unique experiences and individual perspectives into every facet of their professional and personal lives. For Brandon, this applies to exact solutions for projects and precision in long range shooting.

Mr. Conley has served the southern West Virginia market for nearly a decade as an engineer on projects in the water and wastewater engineering fields.

At E.L. Robinson Engineering, Brandon has gained in-depth experience in water system distribution and wastewater collection systems as an infrastructure engineer.  He has worked on the design and construction of a variety of projects including small extensions and complete system upgrades. Mr. Conley has also been involved in the design and construction of the Claudia L. Workman Wildlife Education Center at the Forks of Coal State Natural Area which will become West Virginia’s premier wildlife education center.

The following is a sample list of recent projects on which Mr. Conley has worked while at E.L. Robinson Engineering:

  • Barkers Ridge/Basin Phase I & II Waterline Extension Project - $10.6 Million
  • Beartown-Herndon Heights AML Waterline Extension Project - $9.4 Million
  • Covel Waterline Extension Project - $5.9 Million
  • Otsego Waterline Extension Project - $9.8 Million
  • Lower Mud River Waterline Extension Project - $6.4 Million
  • Big Harts Phase I through IV Waterline Extension Project - $22.8 Million
  • Big Ugly Creek Road Phase I through III Waterline Extension Project - $10.0 Million
  • Frances Creek Waterline Extension Project - $2.8 Million
  • Mingo County Air Transportation Park Water and Sewer Extension Project - $7.0 Million
  • Town of Chapmanville Phase I & II Water System Upgrade Project - $5.0 Million
  • Town of Williamson Water System Upgrade Project - $11.8 Million
  • Claudia L. Workman Wildlife Education Center Phase I - $2.1 Million
  • Town of Chapmanville Phase I & II Water System Upgrade Project - $5.0 Million