While it is true that professional firms licensed by individual states are required to have Professional Land Surveyors and Professional Engineers on staff, that is merely minimum criteria. When considering an engineering and surveying firm for a project, a valued client needs to ask the following questions:
- What is the company’s mission for on-time completion of a job within the budget allocated?
- What are the company’s goals with respect to the staff’s awareness of new and current technology?
- Is the company’s size commensurate to the workload?
- Does the company maintain a long term vision of itself and the community it serves?
At Cape Fear Engineering we answer these questions in an affirmative/pro-active manner to assure any client of our commitment with the following ideals:
- Cape Fear Engineering has an acute awareness of who we are and the presence we hold within the community.
- All projects are subject to the company’s intensive QA/QC Procedures. This includes weekly progress reviews and in-house “peer reviews” prior to issuance for recordation, construction or the client.
- Immediate availability of the design and survey teams during construction for adaptation and adjustment to changing conditions and client needs.
- Maintain a size and diversity of institutional knowledge appropriate for the small business developer, the commercial owner, military installations, and the major private or municipal water, sewer and utility provider.
- Employ “Value Engineering Discipline” and innovative design to minimize budgets and realize client needs.
- Partner with client teams and investigate the merit of all suggestions.
We believe that this commitment to our profession and community is a direct reflection of the firm and the people that define Cape Fear Engineering.
Success, Cost Effectiveness and Quality in the finished project are the products that you receive. Cape Fear Engineering your first choice.