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Civil Engineering

Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the planning, design, construction and maintenance of fixed structures and ground facilities for land development, industry, transportation, public works, use and control of water, or occupancy.
From Land Planning and Site Plan preparation to Storm Water Management, we have the people and the expertise to make your project a reality.

The below is just a small list of what we can do, but it’s a great representation of the diverse projects we are capable of leading and supporting:

Civil Site Design: The designing and permitting for various residential and commercial projects. During the site design process, civil engineers explore the challenges of your project and develop solutions to allow the project to progress.

  • Stormwater Design- Water Drainage + Retention

  • Wastewater Design- Water + Sewer

Land Planning: Land Planning is the first step in any land development process.

Land-use planning can ensure that resources are used efficiently so the people's needs are met while preserving their future resources. This process is an essential component of any development plan, it can help prevent land-use conflicts and even reduce exposure to pollutants.

Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP): The main purpose of this document is to outline how a facility will minimize stormwater pollution and help the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) preserve and improve water quality by regulating facilities that discharge water containing small amounts of pollutants. SWPPPs are not required for discharged pollutants that enter a municipal sanitary sewer system, but facilities should check with their municipality or local water authority before discharging pollutants to a sanitary sewer system.

Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Inspection (EPSCI): If not properly cared for, erosion can lead to loss of land, unstable environments and maintenance issues for homeowners and property and commercial managers. The best way to prevent shoreline erosion occurs during the build phase as this guarantees the appropriate anchoring methods are used to avoid future erosion. The goal is to educate field personnel on the proper installation, maintenance and inspection of erosion prevention and sediment control measures at construction sites.

Infrastructure Design

  • Road + Parking Design

  • Access Management Plans

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