With summer here and temperatures on the rise, bills for utilities such as electricity and water start going up and up. One of the best ways to save money during the summer is by investing in desert landscaping.
Droughts in the West are becoming... (Read More)
Summertime is building time, and we're staying busy! Are you or your company considering a new project soon? The planning phase requires a lot of time and work, and without the right structural engineering team at your side, you can quickly lose... (Read More)
With summer just around the corner, and the thunderstorms that come with it following closely behind, there's no better time than now to have McNeil Engineering come out and assist on paving consulting. Don't get stuck with a flooded parking lot or... (Read More)
Have you heard of self-healing concrete? It's been making headlines all over the place lately. But what is it, exactly?
While the title itself sounds like something out of a science fiction story, "living" concrete is on its way to becoming a... (Read More)
At McNeil Engineering, we love highlighting work that our various departments have completed. Our structural engineering team recently finished work on a new sustainable, mixed-use apartment and commercial complex: 21 & View, part of the new Sugar... (Read More)
At McNeil Engineering we're always proud to show off our work. Whether we're scanning, consulting or surveying, we always put our hearts into our projects. One of our most recent jobs was the Pagoda LDS Chapel in Salt Lake City. Here's a quick... (Read More)
Every four years, the American Society of Civil Engineers releases a National Infrastructure Report. Within that report is an overview of each individual state's strengths and weaknesses. Utah ultimately received a C+ average, and that emphasizes... (Read More)
Now that spring is here and temperatures are starting to rise, there's no better time to start work on the projects you've been holding off on. Before you wade into the depths of the Internet trying to find the right team for the job, take a few... (Read More)
If you make your regular commute driving on 1300 East and up the hill around 7700 South in Salt Lake Valley, then chances are good you're familiar with "The Lonely Tower". This eerie, post-apocalyptic looking structure was constructed back in... (Read More)