Project Portfolio

Looking ahead to the future of civil engineering and survey, careful cost effective design and integrity have never been so important. Just as much of the nation’s infrastructure is being totally improved and rebuilt, today’s surveying and civil engineering companies need to do the same. As the nation and world’s financial outlook remains unsteady, surveying and civil engineering firms need to become more versatile.

As a small firm, Killingly Engineering Associates has remained competitive because of their versatility.  We provide a wide range of services in house with a strong understanding of our limitations.  Regardless of project scope, Killingly Engineering Associates offers the same level of service, detail and dedication to all of our clients.  Our clients always have a single point of contact and they recognize the lengths we go to deliver the exceptional experiences they’ve come to expect.  We’ve built long-term, trusted relationships through unsurpassed client service and a dedication to solving complex challenges.

Regardless of scope, every project presents a unique set of circumstances that require innovative solutions. There is no such thing as a “cookie cutter” design and our integrated approach means we can address all facets of a project and how they relate to each other.   Although not exhaustive, the following portfolio represents a sampling of projects we have designed and the challenges we faced with each.

  • Regency-Heights-2
    Regency Heights

    Project Description

    Killingly Engineering working with Kenyon & Cutler Architects from Avon, CT, to provide an A-2 boundary survey, expanded parking, traffic routing plan, design …

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  • Brooklyn-Commons-1
    Brooklyn Commons

    Project Description

    Killingly Engineering provides continuing survey, stakeout, site development plans and updates to condominium declaration documents for this thriving 27-unit active adult community located in …

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  • Columbia-Ford-1
    Columbia Ford

    Project Description

    Gates companies have looked to Killingly Engineering for survey, site development plans and permitting with local and state agencies for numerous projects associated with …

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  • grandview-farm-1
    Grandview Farm

    Project Description

    The property associated with this development was a 50.2-acre parcel historically known as Grandview Farm.  The land was used for various agricultural activities that …

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  • Mercer-Monuments-1
    Mercer Monuments

    Project Description

    This small but challenging project required design and permitting for a stone monument engraving company on a 0.75-acre parcel of land in Plainfield, …

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  • Town-of-Killingly-1
    Town of Killingly

    Project Description

    On an annual basis, the Town of Killingly utilizes state and federal funding for roadway rehabilitation projects based upon evaluation of pavement conditions …

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