Condyne Engineering Group is a full service civil/site engineering firm providing land development services for both commercial and residential clients throughout New England.
Condyne Engineering Group manages the construction permit and design process. We specialize in site design, incorporating presentation drawings, site layout, drainage, utilities, testing for all real estate development projects, and ensure that Green Initiatives are met on a consistent basis.
Condyne’s goal is to assure every project, site, and building are properly designed to endure any type of weather or storm, as well as last for many years to come – thus protecting every asset. Condyne ensures every project protects the environment, includes energy efficiency materials and appliances, and incorporate green initiatives for long-term sustainability.
From initial site design including wetland, conservation, riverfront, wildlife, and archeology studies, Condyne designs to the latest standards set by state, federal, and local municipalities. Condyne Engineering also provides detailed transportation demand management programs,
bike and walking access, electric vehicle stations and a vast array of greenhouse gas analysis as required in todays’ permitting and entitlement process.
Our team is responsible for wastewater treatment and stormwater management among other underground filtration systems. Furthermore, we focus on tenant improvements and facilities modifications.
Wetlands permitting including:
Master planning of commercial and industrial parks
From conducting thorough local surveys, discovering the history of the proposed work-site, through a well thought environmentally sustainable and responsive design – we develop Master Plans that not only satisfy but exceed expectations.
We are up-to-date on region-specific information about applying for a permit, the permit process, and important permitting information for New England.
We conduct extensive studies to ensure that the potential environmental consequences of our projects is understood and implement all feasible measures to avoid damage to the environment.