The EFG Project Approach vs The Traditional Approach

For more than 25 years, EFG has been manufacturing superior quality pump stations to meet the strict standards of our clients. Our experience and personalized all-under-one-roof approach allow us to offer innovative turnkey solutions and work with you from application review and design to installation and startup. Now, we're opening up about our approach to share what makes us different and how working with EFG ensures your project is done right every time. 

In this free guide, you'll learn about:

  • The difference between the EFG project approach and the traditional approach, and why the EFG approach leads to a better experience.
  • Our core products and a sample of successful projects we've been a part of.
  • Who we serve and, more importantly, how we help who we serve.

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Discover The Difference


When it’s built at EFG, it’s built right the first time—on time, every time.

Whether you’re an engineer, contractor or developer and need a water or wastewater solution for a municipal, industrial or commercial application, your project needs to remain on schedule and within budget. Projects fall off track because there are too many suppliers providing items for a single task. In the end, it’s always “the other guy’s fault.”

That is what the EFG approach fixes.

At EFG, we strive to be your trusted advisor seeing every pump station project from beginning to end and service after that. With the EFG project approach, you gain the support of our dedicated project management teams at every step, from planning through installation. EFG delivers ongoing support and service from our entire team throughout the lifetime of your products. The result is lower overall and long-term costs and products that perform at their best, regardless of application.

Download the free guide today to learn more about our three-step approach and how we can help make your next project a success. 

Excel Fluid Group made a number of beneficial value engineering proposals, such as change in pump brands and upgrade of pump seals, at no additional cost to the Government. They exhibited great customer service and met all schedule requirements, and management was a pleasure to work with and very helpful in providing suggestions for better improvements. Given what I know today about the contractor’s ability to perform in accordance with this contract or order’s most significant requirements, I would recommend them for similar requirements in the future.

U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation