J.K. Holmgren Engineering

1313 Belmont St
Brockton MA 02301

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When you hire an engineer to prepare your commercial site development plans, you need one that will be able to handle the project from start to finish. This includes stake-outs, site plan preparation, permitting, and construction, up to and including the Certificate of Occupancy. It is essential that every phase of your project stays in accordance with all the local zoning, planning, and conservation rules and regulations of the area. We have represented clients before many of the Zoning Hearing Boards and various committees in the greater Boston area! The experienced staff at J.K. Holmgren Engineering has been handling some of the area's largest development projects since 1984. Our reputation has been built on the positive experiences of each and every client. Explore all the professional engineering services we have to offer, including land surveying and septic system design. You can also explore our gallery of completed projects! When you need to know the complete details of your property - especially when dealing with the high level of specificity required for ALTA (American Land Title Association) surveys - you should select an engineer with a long track record of success. For over 30 years, J.K. Holmgren Engineering has been performing land surveys for a wide variety of commercial clients. From identifying the physical property boundaries to mapping out easements, underground utilities, and more, we have the expertise you need. In addition to fulfilling your land surveying needs, the experienced civil engineers at J.K. Holmgren Engineering can lend their expertise to your other projects, too. Explore how we can help you with all the requirements for wetlands permitting, as well as important flood determinations. You can come to us for complete commercial site development and septic designs too. Undertaking even the simplest septic project can become a quagmire if all the requirements of the local zoning and planning boards are not followed.