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The Ferguson Group's Client List

Founded in 1982, The Ferguson Group (TFG) is a bipartisan federal government relations consulting firm specializing in securing federal funding, authorizations, policy, and regulatory changes for our public sector, private sector and not-for-profit clients. TFG represents 95 clients in 22 states and manages three national coalitions.  (Items in italics are subcontracts)

 


Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, CA

AMEC Foster Wheeler

American Equipment Distributors, DC

Bryant & Associates, CA

Butte County Association of Governments, CA

Caregiver Action Network, DC

Cat Creek Energy, ID

CDM Smith/ALCOSAN

City of Ashford, NY

City of College Park, GA

City of Concord, NC

City of Daly City, CA

City of Folsom, CA

City of Fort Wayne, IN

City of Ephraim, UT

City of Greenville, NC

City of Harrisburg, PA

City of High Point, NC

City of Linden, NJ

City of Morro Bay, CA

City of Novato, CA

City of Oceanside, CA

City of Oak Ridge, TN

City of Palmdale, CA

City of Roseville, CA

City of Santa Monica, CA

City of St. Petersburg, FL

City of Tamarac, FL

City of Woodland, CA

City of Westminster, CA

County of Butte, CA

County of Charles, MD

County of El Paso, CO

County of Hamilton, OH

County of Lee, FL

County of Livingston, NY

County of Loudoun, VA

County of Sacramento, CA

County of San Joaquin, CA

County of San Luis Obispo, CA

County of Sutter, CA

County of Vance, NC

Cumberland CID, GA

Databuoy Corporation, VA

El Dorado County Water Agency, CA

Family Farm Alliance, OR

Florida Association of Counties, FL
Friant Water Authority, CA

Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District, CA

Greenville Utilities Commission, NC

Heritage Fields El Torro LLC, CA

Idaho Water Users Association, ID

Idaho Water Resources Board, ID

Imperial Irrigation District, CA

Kansas Bostwick Irrigation District, KS

Kings River Conservation District, CA

Kings River Water Association, CA

Klamath Water Users Association, OR-

Lennar Communities, CA

Lung Cancer Alliance, DC

M&R Strategy Services/Pew Charitable Trusts

MGC Holdings, Inc., OH

Merced Irrigation District, CA

Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District, CA

Modesto Irrigation District, CA

Monterey Peninsula Water Management, CA

National Stripper Wells Association, OK

Newhall Land Development Company, CA
North Bay Water Reuse Authority, CA

North Carolina Association of Electric

   Cooperatives, NC

Northern California Water Association, CA

Parson Brinkerhoff, LLC, NY

Phillips 66 Company, TX

Poseidon Water, MA

Poyner Spruill, LLC, NC

R3 Water District, CA

Reclamation District 108, CA

Ridgecrest Fire Department, NC

San Juan Water District, CA

Scioto Valley Local School District, OH

Silicon Valley Clean Water Authority, CA

Somach, Simmons, & Dunn, CA

Southeast Rural Community Assistance Project, VA

Southern California Public Power Authority, CA

State of Texas

Tollhouse Energy, WA

Town of Cary, NC

Town of Mooresville, NC

 Tule River Improvement Joint Powers Agencies, CA

Turlock Irrigation District, CA

Vance County Tourism, NC

Village of Piketon, OH

Water Environment Reuse Foundation, VA

Western Municipal Water District, CA

Yakima Basin Joint Board, WA

 


TFG MANAGED COALITIONS 

 

Manufacturing Alliance of Communities (MAC) is a national coalition of local governments and other stakeholders that promotes policies that support the continuing growth of America’s manufacturing sector and advocates for increased federal investment in communities that have historically depended upon the manufacturing industry. www.manufacturingalliance.us

 

National Association of Towns and Townships (NATaT) represents the interests of approximately 10,000 towns and townships in eight states.  NATaT is the voice in Washington for these typically smaller communities and advocates on issues such as incentives for volunteer first responders, transportation and Farm Bill programs. www.natat.org

 

Perfect Storm Communities Coalition is a group of municipal and regional wastewater and stormwater agencies dealing with expensive mandates from the Environmental Protection Agency to fix wet weather Clean Water Act compliance issues such as combined sewer overflows and new stormwater regulations, while experiencing record high unemployment, home foreclosures and flat economic growth conditions.