5 Reasons to Move Your Business to Connecticut

Connecticut may be coined as the Constitution State, but this powerful & influential state could be home to your next thriving business!

1. First In Healthcare Access

Multiple factors are taken into account when calculating states Healthcare Access. US News reports that seven metrics contribute to this score: child wellness visits, health insurance enrollment, adult wellness visits, adult dental visits, child dental visits, and health care affordability.

Connecticut ranks #1 on this scale, meaning that you and your employees have an easier time when accessing healthcare and staying healthy. Having accessible healthcare will lead to a business with happier and healthier employees.

2. Internship Opportunities

Connecticut happens to be home to some of the most affluent and influential colleges in the nation. No matter where you may move your business to in Connecticut, you will be able to tap into the vast amount of internship resources each of these colleges offer. UCONN, Yale and Quinnipiac are just of a few of these influential universities that Connecticut houses.

3. Travel Hub

This Nutmeg state is positioned between two of the most powerful cities in the nation with superior travel hubs. Creating business relationships is a key part of growth, and traveling may be required by some you or your employees. Finding direct flights will be a breeze when you can easily travel to New York City or Boston and simply be on your way! Not to mention, Connecticut has its very own Bradley Airport which offers hundreds of domestic and international flights.

4. High Per Capita Income

Connecticut currently ranks #6 nationwide in income per household. When your residents have more income, they are more willing to spend it on your business!

5. Availability of commercial properties

LoopNet reports over 500 commercial properties available for purchase. With Connecticut’s tax-advantage sites and GHHLLC’s expertise, moving your business to Connecticut will be easier than ever!

Explore all of our services that we can offer your business, whether you are ready to make a move to a new location, or looking to upgrade your current offices.

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Veteran Affairs & Surveying: Assisting Those Who Served

This past Monday, we celebrated and honored the past and present members of our armed forces on Veterans Day. It is an enormous sacrifice to put your life on the line to protect your country and its citizens. 

Godfrey Hoffman Hodge LLC has been working with VA related projects over the years, and it has been an incredibly humbling and beneficial experience to help out these essential groups. 

Connecticut Fisher House

The Connecticut Fisher House is a vital sanctuary for Active Duty Service Members/Veterans and their families. This “home away from home” serves as a temporary living space while these Service Members are undergoing medical treatment. 

West Haven Veterans Hospital

Godfrey Hoffman Hodge LLC has assisted the West Haven Veterans Hospital throughout the years on numerous projects. This branch of the VA Connecticut Healthcare System provides inpatient care to active and veteran service members.

Services for Veteran facilities include:

  • Base mapping for site design
  • Construction stakeouts
  • As-built surveys

As a company, Godfrey Hoffman Hodge LLC is passionate about helping Veterans affairs. If you are looking for surveying & civil engineering services, contact us at info@ghhllc.com

Welcome to the new Godfrey Hoffman and Hodge Website!

We’ve been working hard over these last few months to create the new and improved GHHLLC.com. We’ve merged our two previous websites into one. Our goal was to create a one-stop website for all of your surveying and engineering needs.

Who is Godfrey Hoffman Hodge?

Godfrey Hoffman Hodge LLC is a combination of our two previous firms; Godfrey Hoffman Associates, LLC and Hodge, LLC

Godfrey Hoffman Associates, LLC is a multi-disciplinary firm offering a full range of Land Surveying, Civil Engineering, Planning, Design & Permitting services. Our main office is located in North Haven, Connecticut, and our 3rd generation family business has operated since 1924. Originally serving New Haven County, we now work throughout the state of Connecticut.

Hodge, LLC, an affiliate of Godfrey-Hoffman, was acquired in April of 2010 and has been the trusted name in surveying in the Farmington Valley since 1925.

GHHLLC.COM

Our goal was to revitalize our website and to create a new and improved experience for users looking for land surveyor & civil engineering assistance. GHHLLC.com was designed to help you understand everything there is to know about our company and to provide you with the proper resources you need.

Below is just a small list of things you can do on our website:

Remember always to check back as we’ll continuously be improving our website and providing you with the best engineering & civil engineering news!

Finding Common Ground at Planting Seeds

At Godfrey-Hoffman Hodge we take great pride in mentoring the upcoming generations of our industry. As professionals, it is important to learn what students’ interests are, and what issues they are passionate about. This helps us figure out what might draw a young person to this career field, and get a read on some of the general trends and attitudes of young people entering the professional world.

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Why is my survey so expensive?

Every survey job is different, and it is difficult to determine the price of a job before knowing more about the property/properties involved, and the needs of the client. Here, we break down the steps of a survey job to explain why a survey might cost more than anticipated, and why it is important for the customer to make sure they are making a good investment.

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Common Ways to Deal With Encroachments

Dealing with encroachment issues can be stressful for homeowners, but there are ways to handle these concerns that can provide a higher level of resolution than others. Additionally, there are legal remedies if the homeowners are not able to settle the issue themselves. Any homeowners who cannot solve encroachment issues to the satisfaction of all the parties involved should certainly seek legal advice. But fortunately, most boundary and encroachment disputes never have to come to that.

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I got a letter from FEMA saying I need an Elevation Certificate, what do I do next?

Elevation certificates (EC) are necessary when your home or business is in a high flood risk area. Your insurance agent uses the data from an elevation certificate to determine your flood insurance premium. FEMA provides a clear and detailed summary of who needs elevation certificates and why here: https://www.fema.gov/media-library/assets/documents/32330 If the data collected for an EC shows that your home is above Base Flood Elevation (meaning that there is a 1% or less chance that floodwaters will reach this elevation in a given year), it may be appropriate to apply for a Letter of Map Amendment. A LOMA is issued when a property “has been inadvertently mapped as being in the floodplain, but is actually on natural high ground above base flood elevation.”

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