Morrow Management is a results oriented company dedicated to providing our clients with the highest level of expertise and knowledge required to meet their dry utility management and coordination needs. We are committed to satisfying and exceeding the expectations of our clients by advocating on their behalf to meet the established
goals of each project.
Since 2001, Morrow Management has been providing comprehensive and effective utility consulting for projects of all types and scale throughout Southern California. Project experience includes master planned communities, commercial and industrial centers, redevelopment, municipal improvements and residential subdivisions.
We focus on understanding and fulfilling the needs of the project while preserving the vision of the client. Morrow Management’s vast knowledge of the utilities’ rules, regulations and policies has allowed us to successfully advocate and negotiate on our client’s behalf with the goal of saving both time and money.
Morrow Management’s team of talented design, engineering and management professionals are constantly striving to provide the utmost excellence in consulting and design services to our clients. Employing their past experience and knowledge gained from working in various fields of the development industry, our staff works collaboratively to meet the objectives of each project.
We understand that the tight constraints of time and money govern every development project. That is why for every project the client’s goals become our goals. We strive to ensure that each client receives the highest quality of dry utility planning which is why we are not satisfied until the client is.
With over 35 years of industry experience Jim Morrow plays an invaluable leadership role. Beginning in 1970 as a service planner for SDG&E Jim realized and fulfilled a need to challenge the utilities’ rules and regulations and advocate on behalf of the developer. Since that time, Jim has built a reputation of providing professional products and successfully challenging rule and design criteria. Jim has served as principle or managing partner of several dry utility consulting companies before founding Morrow Management in 2001.