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The growth in civil engineering?

Civil engineers play a major role in our society, designing, building and supervising infrastructure projects and systems, such as highways, dams, airports and similar structures. Employment numbers have been increasing… Read More

Engineers and the Presidency

This is Presidents’ Day Weekend. And while this is traditionally the time of year for chain stores to offer discount and someone dresses up as George Washington or Abraham Lincoln,… Read More

Civil Engineering continues to grow

Passing along some exciting news from the civil engineering industry. Johns Hopkins University has expanded it civil engineering program. The school’s reimagined Department of Civil and Systems Engineering will explore… Read More

Happy Thanksgiving

Taking time out of our meal prep (ok watching the parade) to wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving Day.  May it be one that allows you to count your blessings; enjoy… Read More

Zuendt in the Media

Zuendt Engineering has appeared a lot in the media in the past week. Here is a quick rundown of where you may have spotted us. Our new Florida managing partner,… Read More

Project Spotlight: The Camperdown

We’ve all heard the stories of the college library that was sinking because the architect forgot to factor in how much the books would weigh before construction started. The library… Read More

Project Spotlight

The Zuendt team recently finished a civil engineering and design project for the Palms at Brushy Creek,  a 9,000-square-foot retail strip center announced near Brushy Creek and Suber roads in… Read More

Our Team in the Media

Check out this piece from GSA Business on our latest team member, Bryan Lightweis. From the article: “This marks a new path and era for our firm,” said Alex Zuendt,… Read More

Welcome Bryan Lightweis

Zuendt Engineering has added on Bryan Lightweis as a Principal/Partner. Lightweis brings 20 years of experience in both the civil engineering and construction industry. He previously worked at Fluor Corporation,… Read More