Laser scanning technology might sound like something out of a science fiction film, but it's a real-world tool that provides a non-intrusive means of gathering vast amounts of data about specific buildings and structures. With laser scanning... (Read More)
Civil engineering is defined as an engineer who "designs and maintains roads, bridges, dams, and similar structures," but the job requirements and responsibilities are far more complex. Our civil engineering team regularly provides site engineering... (Read More)
As a property owner who is investing in a new project, it's your responsibility to ensure construction stays on-time and on-budget, but without a reliable contractor at your side, anything can happen. To address these needs, we regularly provide... (Read More)
Here at McNeil Engineering, sustainable landscape architecture is one of our specialties. Since we first opened our doors over 30-years ago, we've had the pleasure of contributing to dozens of landscape architecture projects in and around Utah. As... (Read More)
Since 1984, McNeil Engineering has been a full-service roofing consulting firm. We've assisted businesses, state and local government entities, and even commercial builders with our roofing consulting insights, and we can do the same for you.
If... (Read More)
Building information modeling or BIM is becoming increasingly popular in today's AEC (architecture, engineering and construction) environment. The combination of improved workflows and associated software programs has made designing everything from... (Read More)
Here at McNeil Engineering, we take great pride in our civil engineering capabilities. Our civil engineering experts have worked on everything from subdivisions and shopping centers to restaurants and manufacturing facilities. Whether you're... (Read More)
When it comes to civil engineering projects, drainage plans get little fanfare or recognition, but these designs are one of the things that make modern life so comfortable.
Drainage plans keep our communities safe, they protect our homes from... (Read More)
Structural engineering is responsible for everything from bridges and skyscrapers to roads and hospitals, but it also has the power to save lives and prevent serious damage. With recent natural disasters like hurricanes Harvey and Irma and the 7.1... (Read More)