5 Reasons to Hire a Civil Engineer This Year

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After the crash of the housing market, home and property owners today are looking to save money and increase the value of their homes and properties. Many homeowners are taking matters into their own hands and are constructing various home projects that can help them increase the value of their homes and properties.

What most homeowners don’t realize is that they often need to hire a civil engineer to help with and monitor their home projects. In most cases detailed plans are required by local and sometimes state and federal regulations which can only be completed by a licensed professional.

If you are a homeowner in the State of Connecticut, you may need to hire a civil engineer for certain home additions or even home improvement projects. Most Connecticut homeowners do not realize that they need to hire a civil engineer for their home projects until they get started or run into concerns or questions that they cannot handle effectively. Here are some typical home projects that require the assistance and expertise of a professional, qualified, and experienced civil engineer.

If you’re planning on buying a new property this year or making any renovations to your existing one, hiring a civil engineer to assess your project before you start can save time and money in the long term. If you can hire a civil engineer before your residential construction project begins you will also be able to prevent any unforeseen problem with local zoning rules or regulations.

5 Scenarios Where a Civil Engineer Can Make a Difference

  1. Constructing a bridge over water for vehicular access on a property.
  2. Any infrastructure building that involves the construction or work around a well or septic system, as well as municipal or private water, sewer, or drainage systems.
  3. Residential site building, which involves the purchase of a piece of land and the construction on it thereafter.
  4. The construction of a dock or any other type of infrastructure near water or that involves construction in or surrounding wetlands or soils.
  5. To survey the land for research including the property lines, flood elevations, and the overall topographical area prior to beginning construction.

Key Takeaways:

  • Engineers can review any structural damage on a property with you and recommend what repair work will be necessary.
  • Engineers are extremely valuable for any sewer design or repair projects that you may have.
  • An Engineer will research any building code/zoning regulations in your town or city to ensure your property will comply with the law.
  • Take the time to hire a professional engineer before you start your next project in order to reduce construction costs in the long run.

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