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Innovative Products for the Civil Engineering Industry

P4 creates technology-driven, innovative products for the civil engineering industry. Our experience crosses both the public and private sectors – so we understand the need for cost-savings, the constraints of budgets, the desire for easier installs, and the strains maintentance and monitoring put on manpower (and womanpower!).

Focused on cost-savings and sustainability, we provide opportunities for higher revenue and decreased expense during construction, operation and maintenance of civil assets. Utilizing IoT technology, P4’s products offer greater understanding of infrastructure health on micro- and macro-levels through the collection, management and analysis of sensor data.

IoT Solutions for Stormwater Management

INFIL-Tracker is an IoT-enabled monitoring system for the management of stormwater infrastructure like permeable pavement and bioswales.

Designed and assembled in the USA

IoT solutions for stormwater management

LIQUA-Level is an IoT-enabled monitoring system for the management of stormwater infrastructure like underground detention cisterns.

Designed and assembled in the USA

Rainfall and Environmental Monitoring

Rain mX is an IoT-enabled rainfall and environmental monitoring system. It is available as part of our LIQUA-Level and INFIL-Tracker systems or as a singular component.

Designed and assembled in the USA

Traffic Signal Support Structures

MonoCast is a modular signal and sign support system made with cast steel components. Coupled with IoT technology capabilities, it is designed to vastly improve the performance and aesthetics of roadways.

The MonoCast system is proudly made in the United States of America using recycled steel materials.

Vibration Monitoring

ShakeSense is a low-cost, IoT-enabled vibration monitoring system that easily attaches to buildings, bridges and private homes to measure the effects of vibrations caused by construction, demolition, mining and more.

Designed and assembled in the USA

“We think your sanitary sewer should be able to tell you where you have leaks, your bridge should be able to tell you when it has experienced damage, your building – an excessive vibration, and your porous pavement – it should be able to tell you when it needs to be maintained. It’s all possible. Right now.”