Located on a 95-acre former Alpaca “safe haven” farm, Killingly Engineering provided the survey, engineering and permitting to help in creating the owner’s vision of turning the neglected 8,500 square foot mansion and barns into the premier wedding and banquet facility in the region. Our tasks included creating modifications to the zoning regulations to allow […]
Killingly Engineering Associates has been providing engineering and surveying services to various dealerships owned by the Gates Automotive Group for more than 10 years. During that time KEA has provided survey, design & permitting services for projects involving dealership expansions, parking expansions and body shop expansions.
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 included mink farming in the early 1900’s, a working farm and more recently growing and selling Christmas trees. This unique parcel is surrounded on 3 sides by conservation land and a […]
Killingly Engineering has worked with Dunkin Donuts for numerous facilities throughout Northeast Connecticut and this project presented a number of design challenges. The 1.6-acre commercial property required demolition of an existing building, grading of steep slopes to attain parking and drive thru access. Drainage on the site was addressed with the design of sub-grade detention […]
This project for a 140-unit active adult community comprised of duplexes was approved but the Town of Killingly in 2005 and partially constructed over a 10-year period until the developers walked away from the venture due to market conditions. The new owners of the development contacted Killingly Engineering in 2016 to redesign and permit the […]
The Black Dog Bar & Grill is an upscale pub-style restaurant featuring American fare and barbecue in building that has been utilized for numerous restaurant businesses over the years. Killingly Engineering has worked with the owners of the restaurant and the Town of Putnam to obtain numerous permits and variances to expand the business which […]
Due to the success of their commercial glass business, Danielson Glass had outgrown the building they were operating out of and the property did not provide room to expand the business. As a result, the owners purchased an undeveloped parcel of land on the Route 6 to construct a new building and relocate their business. […]