Corvias Infrastructure Solutions, LLC. rebrands to CIS

April 9, 2024
Corvias Infrastructure Solutions, LLC. will rebrand and be known under the new moniker CIS.

Corvias Infrastructure Solutions, LLC. (CIS) has officially rebranded as CIS. CIS is known for their development and implementation of public infrastructure solutions.

CIS will continue to focus on community-based partnerships such as the Clean Water Partnership (CWP) in Prince George’s County, MD and other municipalities across the country.

Under the new moniker CIS will continue to implement its solutions focused on improving the environmental and economic conditions of the nation’s infrastructure.

CIS has helped lead the CWP. According to a press release this served as the nations first and largest Community-based public-private partnership (CBP3). This is a model designed by the EPA to address the need for new solutions to finance and manage stormwater runoff with a focus in urban areas.

According to the press release, the 30-year partnership between CIS and Prince George’s County government, established in 2015, was formed to retrofit over 4,000 acres of surfaces using green stormwater infrastructure (GIS). The CWP is on track to treat and maintain more than 7,300 acres with nearly 430 stormwater improvement projects in places like school ground, parks, municipal and private land and homeowner association properties.

“The Clean Water Partnership is a testament to our knowledge and understanding of the County and its needs as extreme weather events continue to impact our communities,” said Roland L. Jones, Market Director, Mid-Atlantic, CIS, in the press release. “Through our mentorship programs and new projects, we plan to continue to leverage our network to provide additional opportunities for local and minority-owned businesses while also making sure this business model can spur further economic development.”

According to the release CIS is currently working to implement green infrastructure solutions with other community-based partnerships across the U.S. such as the Slauson Connect Clean Water Project in Los Angeles and Stormwater Utility Community-Based Partnership in Kansas City.