Engineers can help you work through a variety of challenges: to design systems, develop plans, or build solutions in a range of disciplines. Engineers specialize in fields and areas of practice such as Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical and Geotechnical Engineering. Engineers are typically professionally licensed within their state to practice in their field and a Professional Engineer's seal is typically required by municipalities or other entities to obtain permits to build, modify, or operate a new project. Click here to learn more!
Architects can assist and help guide you through the process of planning for, designing, and overseeing construction of your building project. Architects understand and utilize building codes and standards to design and provide plans for new and existing buildings of all sizes, from residential homes to sky scrapers. Architects are typically licensed within their state to practice their profession, and a Professional Architect's seal is generally required to obtain new building permits or to advance through the formal planning process. Click here to learn more!
Surveyors specialize in precisely measuring, laying out, and locating of new or existing features for a range of government, commercial, and residential projects. Though generally described as land surveyors, these professionals can establish and verify property boundaries, calculate three dimensional surfaces both above and below the earth's surface, and calculate alignments for planned buildings and other construction projects. Surveyors are typically licensed within their state to practice their profession, and a Professional Surveyor's seal is generally required to verify locations and establish control for projects of all sizes. Click here to learn more!