Here are some of the common reasons a residential home owner, realtor, property manager or contractor might need the professional expertise and/or design services of a civil engineer.
Home Inspection Report Resolution
Retaining Wall Inspection and Design
Septic System Design (New or Failed)
Architect and Contractor Consultation
Foundation Cracks and Settlement
Structural Beam Design
Dry Wells and Stormwater Management
Deck Inspections and Design
BLUE LINE STONE HOME & ENGINEERING
Rick Vollmar, PE, civil engineer and owner of Blue Line Stone Home & Engineering (BLSH&E), can help answer that. Typically, anything you see “built” was designed by a civil engineer - roads and bridges, retaining walls, traffic signals, sewer systems, dams and the list goes on. Chances are though, if you are a homeowner, realtor, general contractor or land developer, you are more concerned with a single lot residence. Many people may not realize that the services of a civil engineer are usually a necessary and required supplement to your contractor, since most municipalities will require you to get a building permit before you do any actual work. Whether you are replacing your deck, doing a home addition, putting up a shed or building a retaining wall, then it is likely you will need a civil engineer’s insight and professional guidance for your project.
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Rick Vollmar, PE, PP, CME New Jersey Professional Engineer License No. 39296 New York Professional Engineer License No. 96106 New Jersey Professional Planner License No. 54300 Certified Municipal Engineer No. 06-50 New Jersey Business Registration 0400509212
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