UPDATED, May 21, 2022 – “Do I need an architect or a civil engineer?” Though they share common ground in many ways, they fulfill different roles in construction.
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Take a look at this Senate Bill 9 California (SB-9) brief, and find out how these opportunities that are going into effect in January 2022 can benefit you.
There are things to consider before doing land planning and development, and hiring a civil engineer is key to getting your project done quickly and correctly.
When purchasing a pre-engineered metal building, it does not come with a foundation plan. So, we’re going over what you need to know and how to get started.
California has continuously refined its home addition laws to make room for accessory dwelling units, and we’re here to help you through the process.
We’d like to introduce Lacy Heier, a Principal Building Designer, who not only brings 22 years of design experience to our team but also impeccable dedication.
As we strive to bring our engineering services to the masses, we’re making it easier than ever to address your project’s needs via phone AND on-site.
Engineering Technician and Draftsman, Jimmy Daoutis, is the epitome of a determined professional for any residential or commercial project that comes his way.
We’re delighted to hear how happy our clients, Lynn and Steve, are with their Santa Rosa home improvement project.
We’re following This Old Home as they join survivors of the 2018 fire in Paradise, California to rebuild their city to be more fire-resistant than before.