CES has full in-house capabilities to provide civil and structural engineering services for a large number of public and private projects for mixed-use and single-purpose developments. CES has participated in important infrastructure projects for numerous governmental agencies, including Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department, Broward County, the City of Miramar, the South Florida Water Management District, and the Federal Department of Transportation.

The CES Staff has extensive experience in the design and construction administration of water and sewer utility projects ranging from 6” to 96” diameter piping networks, pump stations, master planning and drainage modeling. Our professional staff also brings considerable experience with roadway improvements, site development, parks and recreational facilities, stormwater management improvements, airport-related projects, program management, and commercial/industrial facilities.

To date, the company has assisted a number of clients navigate the complex study and approval processes that must be completed prior to the design and construction of small- and large-scale municipal, county, state, federal, and private improvement projects and developments. Its consistent on-time, on-budget delivery of projects has enabled CES to retain its client pool and receive repeat business.

Our typical services include:

  • Civil/Site
  • Water/Wastewater
  • Stormwater/Drainage
  • Roadway
  • Mechanical
  • Structural
  • Geotechnical 
  • Permitting
  • Cost Estimating
  • Value Engineering

our projects include:

  1. Country Walk Upgrades: The project served residential areas that lacked water mains service or were served by undersized, older mains. The project’s system upgrades improved fire protection for the area and increased service water pressures. 
  2. East Miramar Water Main Improvements: CES was contracted to design approximately 72,000 LF of 6-inch water main and provide other design services for the City of Miramar, including directionally drilled 8-inch Ductile Iron Pipe section of 120 LF main. The new design improved fire protection for the City's neighborhoods, which were at the time serviced by 2-inch and 4-inch water mains. CES was also tasked with locating fire hydrants to be connected to existing water mains with a diameter of 6 inches or greater. Upon construction, the end result gave residents essential fire protection, increased water flow in the City, and better water pressure to homes and business in the area.