Since 2014, Engineering Northwest has designed and completed successful land development projects. We specialize in a broad range of planning, permitting and civil engineering services to assist in getting your project built. Whether you are a private land owner or a major shopping center developer, we have experience to help successfully deliver your project.

Our team of development planners and civil engineers are prepared to help guide your development project from conception to completion. It is our goal to assist you with the land development challenges that your project may face, and we take pride in investigating and finding solutions to even the most complex land use and development challenges.

Along the way we strive to help identify and determine ways to maximize your projects’ value. Our goal is to approach each project as if it were our own. We will work with you in developing successful projects and growing a long lasting business relationship built on trust!

Our Mission Statement

“Our mission is to be our client’s advocate throughout 
their development project, offering superior service from 
project conception to completion.”

Single Family Residential Stormwater

Engineering NW provides:

  • Single Family Stormwater Plans and Technical Report
  • Erosion Control Plans and Report

Civil Engineering

  • Stormwater
  • Planning and Treatment
  • Infrastructure
  • Project Management

Traffic

  • Bicycle and Pedestrian
  • Land Use and Transportation
  • Traffic Engineering Services

Land Use Planning

Our firm helps clients identify and address land use challenges, zoning, and jurisdictional requirements in order to ensure a smooth transition from pre-development through permitting and construction. Our planning services include everything from early design and regulatory guidance for site-specific projects, to neighborhood and community level planning.

Geotechnical

Flat, easily developed land is now almost non-existent in the Clark County. More than ever before, difficult soil, slope, or groundwater conditions require the expertise of knowledgeable geotechnical engineers to develop solutions to site constraints.

A well-planned development, large or small, starts with a thorough geotechnical study, involving subsurface explorations or a review of existing geologic information. We use this knowledge of soil conditions to recommend appropriate foundation and retaining systems, and slope stabilization measures.

Each study is tailored to fit specific site constraints and building plans. While much of our work is invisible, compared to the work of the architect, it is no less valuable. Solid geotechnical advice at the beginning of a project results in a structure that performs better and often costs less.