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Engineering Firms in Philadelphia, PA
1.Urban Land Surveying LLC
8233 Craig St10.17 mi Philadelphia, PA Professional EngineersBuilding SpecialtiesConstruction EngineersAccident Reconstruction Service
The best surveying you can get in town by a small company, with a great price!
ONE Drexel Plaza 3001 Market Street, 2nd Floor0.08 mi Philadelphia, PA Professional EngineersConsulting EngineersLand SurveyorsArchitects
Pennoni Associates is a multi-disciplined consulting engineering firm that provides personalized services and solutions to customers throughout the Eastern United States. Its engineering services span a variety of areas, including civil/municipal, water/wastewater, transportation, underwater inspections, environmental, inspection and testing, land surveying, site design and landscape architecture, building systems, geotechnical services and structural services. The company s clients include: local, state and federal governments: private, commercial, industrial and construction clients; and other professional firms. Pennoni was established in 1966 and has headquarters in Philadelphia. It has 17 domestic offices throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Tennessee and New England.
1650 Arch St Fl 170.27 mi Philadelphia, PA Professional Engineers
HNTB Corporation is an employee-owned infrastructure and architectural company that serves the federal, state, municipal, military and private clients. It offers a range of planning, design, and program and construction management services. Founded in 1914, the company serves clients in the sports, aviation, transportation, transit and building markets. HNTB Corporation also addresses the issues of financing, legislation, construction, community outreach and ongoing operations. It provides design and build, flood management, urban design, historic preservation, training support and technology solutions. In addition, the company maintains locations throughout the United States. HNTB Corporation has received an award from the American Public Works Association.
2424 E York St Ste 2252.84 mi Philadelphia, PA Professional Engineers
Menard is a design-build specialty geotechnical contractor offering expertise on ground improvement for sites with poor soil. We combine value engineering and innovative techniques to deliver practical, sustainable solutions that can be attractive alternatives to deep (pile) foundations. Solutions that are faster, less expensive and less complicated. As the US branch of Menard, we are part of a global network of geotechnical resources and expertise. Our team of engineers and contractors brings in-depth knowledge and creative problem solving to every project; working closely with owners, engineers, general contractors and consultants to safely deliver the right solution for each project. Why Settle?
5.Keast & Hood Co
170 S Independence Mall W0.74 mi Philadelphia, PA Professional EngineersGeneral ContractorsConsulting EngineersCivil Engineers
418 Oak Lane Rd7.28 mi Philadelphia, PA Professional EngineersCivil EngineersConsulting Engineers
7.Us Department Of Defense Corps Of Engineers Dist Ofc
100 E Penn Sq0.14 mi Philadelphia, PA Professional EngineersConsulting Engineers
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