Recent Review: Initially employed engineer to develop specs and recommend solutions and then attempted to solicit "apple to apple" bids via email from vendors listed here and from Kudzu. Long story short, only one foundation repair/leak proofing contractor was interested in doing business with me here in East Point - Engineered Solutions (so guess my strategy for competing this project failed miserably.) Must be a lot of busy contractors out there, and/or ones who do not take email solicitation seriously and/or contractors reluctant to do business on this side of town. Anyway, I awarded to my sole bidder (contractor), worked out details, methods, vendor payment affidavits etc & work started week before last. Project completed punctually, Workplace was kept orderly. Employees & subs were friendly, knowledgeable & helpful. Sole problem of note involved no one pulling plastic out of drain in new patio & a cloud burst - fixed the next day & patio drain extended to improve drainage. Project completed as specified, on schedule at price quoted. I would hire this firm again. Update - As indicated above - work quality was entirely satisfactory. However, as a follow-on - when I was posting the initial review I noticed that Engineered Solutions offered a 5% Senior Discount which I had not been advised of previously by Grubb Engineerng (who submitted the contractor's offer) nor was I told of the Senior Discount Offer for Angie's List Members by any of the Engineered Solutions staff. This was a couple of days following the completion of the project. I emailed Grubb Engineering as well as one of the principals of Engineered Solutions (who over-saw the work on my home) and inquired about the discount. Subsequently, I heard via a telephone call from Grubb Engineering that he was not aware of the discount offered by the Engineered Solutions and he left an impression that he was either offended or suspect of my inquiry regarding the discount offered to seniors - upon questioning he did indicate that my email to the principal of the contractor was being "considered." I did receive a "Satisfaction Survey" call a few weeks ago from an employee of Engineered Solutions. I confirmed the good work and I asked about the advertised Angie's List discount. She indicated she had no knowledge of the issue but would pass it along. I have not heard from the Engineered Solutions subsequently. So, guess I would advise future customers to inquire about & nail down any and all available discounts prior to signing a contract/work authorization with this firm. Don't rely on them to advise their customers of available discounts."