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Together we have over 60 years of experience designing and managing the following types of engineering projects: sidewalk/trail installation, intersection improvements, roundabouts, bridge replacements, drainage improvements, roadway widening, and interchange improvements. 

We are a woman-owned, Georgia certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), a city of Atlanta certified Female Business Enterprise (FBE), and a Small Business Enterprise (SBE), and are prequalified by GDOT in the following area classes:

1.07 - Attitude, Opinion and Community Value Studies

3.01 – 2-lane or Multi-lane Rural Highway Design

3.02 – 2-lane or Multi-lane Urban Highway Design

3.03 – 2-lane or Multi-lane Heavily Developed Widening

3.04 – Multi-lane, Limited Access Expressway

3.05 – Urban Expressway and Interstate

3.10 – Utility Coordination

3.12 – Hydraulic and Hydrological Studies

3.13 – Facilities for Bicycles and Pedestrians

9.01 – Erosion, Sedimentation and Pollution Control

Angela and Daniel are also prequalified in Valuation services for Right-of-Way for C-3 Cost-to-Cure Reports

Road Constuction


Manage large GDOT projects with both federal and state funding that utilize the Plan Development Process

Manage local projects with local funds that follow local standards and guidelines and every other combination in between including TIA experience


Design Bid Build procurement methods as well as Design Build


Help clients with Value Engineering solutions during design and construction


Serve as an external Deputy Project Manager or Quality Control Manager

Always approach each engineering problem with a design to budget and practical design approach




Use Bentley design software to complete the following tasks:

  • Horizontal and Vertical Design

  • Drainage and Driveway Profiles

  • Cross Sections

  • Staging and MOT Plans

  • Grading Plans

  • Utility Plans and Coordination

  • Signing and Marking Plans

  • QC/QA Plan Reviews

  • Final Construction, Permitting and Bid Documents & VE proposals/plan revisions

  • Coordination and Compliance with FHWA, GDOT and Local Governments



Design closed and open drainage systems that range in size and complexity from a small drainage design in a neighborhood to a multibarrel culvert design of a stream crossing

Complete erosion control plans and calculations for projects during preconstruction

Develop hydrology reports including MS4 analysis and design


Complete erosion control plans for contractors needing assistance during construction

Obtain land disturbance permits

Level II Erosion Control certified

Hands in the Soil


Cost-to-Cure Report development for cures for parking and maneuverability, fencing, signs, and landscaping


Application of knowledge and understanding of local ordinances, transportation and drainage design, and zoning requirements to develop the most comprehensive cure


Utilization of relationships with local governments to coordinate any variances or waivers required to cure an impact or damages

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