Unlock Federal Funding for Your Low Carbon Infrastructure Projects

Navigating Buy Clean Initiatives with Expert Guidance

As part of the nation’s commitment to sustainable development, significant federal grants are now available to support low carbon, ‘Buy Clean’ infrastructure projects. These grants represent an unprecedented opportunity to innovate while contributing to a low carbon net zero world. Our team is dedicated to providing you with the information and assistance you need to access these funds and stay abreast of the latest policy developments from Capitol Hill.

Exploring Your Funding Options

Federal grants can transform how you approach infrastructure projects. With a focus on low carbon solutions, these grants not only support the environment but also promote long-term economic sustainability. To explore available grants, visit:

  • SAM.gov: SAM.gov is the official government platform where entities register to do business with the U.S. government. Registering here is your first step toward qualifying for federal grants.
  • Grants.gov: Grants.gov is your source for finding and applying for federal grants. It is the most comprehensive database of available federal funding for all types of projects, including those focused on ‘Buy Clean’ infrastructure

Guidance Through the Grant Application Maze

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  • Identify the grants that best match your project’s goals.
  • Understand the application process and documentation needed.
  • Develop a compelling narrative that aligns with grant objectives.
  • Stay compliant with federal regulations and reporting standards.

Staying Ahead with the Latest Developments

Policies and grant opportunities are continually evolving. We commit to keeping you informed with the most current information, so you’re never left behind. By partnering with us, you’ll gain insights into:

  • Legislative changes that could impact your funding.
  • New grant opportunities as they become available.
  • Best practices for managing and reporting on grant funds.



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Stacie Steel

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Stacie Steel, PE, offers a depth of experience in asphalt and concrete pavements. She has provided infrastructure-related civil engineering and project management consulting services to both public and private sector clients for the past 20 years.

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Throughout her career, she has worked on paving projects for many national commercial retailers, municipalities, and airports. Stacie has proven leadership and organizational capabilities, as evidenced by earning the President’s Choice Award from the WTS Colorado Chapter early in her career. She currently serves on the WTS Puget Sound Chapter’s TransportationYOU Committee, and is dedicated to ensuring access to local outdoor recreation opportunities serving on the Board of Directors for the Lonesome Lake Preservation Group.