Jones Edmunds provided engineering services to Escambia County for the final design, bidding, and construction-phase engineering services for extending the active landfill gas collection and control system into Cell 4 at the Perdido Landfill. We also assisted the County in the permitting process with FDEP for the landfill Title V Air Operation Permit. In 2010 the Escambia County Solid Waste Department upgraded its gas system at the Perdido Landfill in conjunction with a landfill gas-to-energy project. This effort included many concurrent construction projects such as the Landfill Gas Expansion Phase 1, Landfill Gas Header Relocation, and Landfill Gas Blower/Flare Station Construction. Jones Edmunds coordinated among numerous contractors, engineers, County staff, FDEP, and other officials associated with these projects. We provided construction scheduling and on-site engineering and resident observation support and coordinated project progress meetings. Jones Edmunds completed design, permitting, and construction of the Phase 2 gas system modifications at the Perdido Landfill, which included expanding the gas collection and control system (GCCS) into Section 4 and replacing under-performing components of the existing GCCS in other areas of the landfill. These modifications provide additional gas to the Gulf Power Landfill Gas-to-Energy Plant and to meet the landfill gas collection and control requirements of the FDEP Title V Air Operation Permit.