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ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS

Experienced  |  Responsive  |  Cost Effective

ABOUT US

The SCE Engineering team represents more than 40 years of experience
in project management, engineering and 
transportation planning.
We combine that experience with 
state-of-the-art technology to deliver quality, cost-effective civil engineering services.

There is a new innovative design method based on infiltration analysis that
significantly reduces costs for deep foundations in ephemeral streams.

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SCE is excited to be teamed with Y2K Engineering on the recently awarded SS4A Comprehensive Safety Action Plan contract for the Town of Bennett, Colorado. The Town recently completed its first master transportation plan and will be building on that plan to further the analysis of the Town’s transportation network to identify and prioritize transportation improvements.  We look forward to working with this new client.

SCE Engineering combines experienced full-time and on-call professionals with state-of-the art technology to provide quality, timely, and cost-effective engineering services.

SCE AWARD WINNING PROJECT

Southern Arizona APWA 2018
Public Works Project of the Year

Our Wilmot Road: North of Sahuarita Road project was awarded for the category of: Transportation Less than
$10 million.

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WHAT WE DO

TRANSPORTATION

Design Concept Reports

Corridor Study Preparation

Intersection Design

Highway/Roadway Design

CIVIL

Site Design

ADA Improvements

Utility Design and Coordination

Grading and Drainage

STRUCTURES

Bridge Design

Bridge Rehabilitation

Bridge Load Ratings

Retaining Wall

GEOTECHNICAL

Investigations Analysis and Design

Peer Review

Construction Consultation

Value Engineering

MSE Wall LASR (Local Available
Sustainable Resources) Design

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SCE NEWS & UPDATES

SCE Engineering Analysis Saves
$2.8 Million on ADOT Project

Currently the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is designing improvements for Interstate 10 (I10), between Ina Road and Ruthrauff Road. The proposed improvements will include 3.6 miles of eight lanes of mainline PCCP pavement and four new mainline bridges over two regional ephemeral streams (i.e., streams that do not experience flows except during flood events).  

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