Half a Century of Excellence
Urban Engineers, Inc. has served Metro Atlanta for more than 50 years in the civil engineering and land-surveying fields. This has been true for major regional projects such as The District at Howell Mill, which redeveloped 17 acres of prime City of Atlanta real estate to construct the first Wal-Mart located within the city limits; and, the Word of Faith Ministries campus, which included a 4,000+-seat sanctuary and a parking lot in excess of 1,000 auto spaces.
Urban Engineers, Inc. is a fixture in the Atlanta development community. Our core expertise and corporate focus is to provide excellence in site planning, civil design, and land-surveying. This is why leading architects, land developers, and local governments consistently rely upon us for successful industrial, commercial, and public projects.
Urban Engineers, Inc. can assist you on your projects in the retail, industrial, urban redevelopment, and office complex arena. As can be seen by our case studies, we are ready to assist you no matter the size, issues, or jurisdiction.
Urban Engineers, Inc. has moved Atlanta forward.
A new John Deere facility, located in a 41-acre tract of land in Columbia County, Georgia, will be a 525,000 square-foot warehouse building with a multitude of docks for tractor-trailers. The facility will be fully functional for all John Deere distribution requirements.
When Selig Enterprises was developing a design team to change the landscape of Berkley Park in the City of Atlanta for a new mixed-use development, they chose Urban Engineers, Inc. The site was deemed a challenge, evidenced by a previously failed concept for a Home Depot facility by the affected neighborhood association. The mixed-use concept that Selig proposed helped to ease concerns that the neighborhood association initially held by facilitating pedestrian access; reducing vehicular flow; and, enhancing protection of the existing vegetation on this urban site.