Garden City Retaining Wall Installation

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Recent Review: They were very nice people to deal with, and they had the report done within about 4 days.
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Business Description: As one of the few US-based structural engineering firms focusing on green design, we represent the pioneering spirit of trying something new. We welcome you to explore all your options in green home design with guidance from Precision Structural Engineering, Inc. (PSE). PSE has extensive experience in traditional structural engineering services; however, we have taken a definitive lead in sustainable commercial and industrial structural engineering, as well as green residential designs. We place your needs and preferences foremost- if it’s not in the book, we’ll work with it to meet all standards and add it to the book. We are dedicated to guiding our clients’ projects from beginning to completion in an honest, economical and efficient manner. At PSE our goal is to balance our clients’ preferences with the available technology to meet their budget and scheduling needs. Grounded in tradition, we meet the future through innovation. Licensed in over 47 states, PSE is dedicated to developing green alternatives for every project
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Business Description: I can prepare, setup, pour concrete, and finish foundations, additions, retaining walls, irrigation boxes, and flatwork. I perform driveway demolition, removal & replacement and foundation repair. I can provide excavation, debris removal, backfilling and grading with a Bobcat and dump track. I have extensive carpentry experience; from framing to refinishing, including sheetrock repair and cabinet restoration.
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Recent Review: They were referred to us. They were more problem solvers instead of being argumentative. My advice to others is that if they need something done that requires structural engineering, these are the guys to call. The guy that we talked to was named Sean Reader. He was professional, easy going and did not have any trouble getting everything drawn up. They are affordable.
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Recent Review: Ms. McClendon is knowledgeable, professional and pleasant.  She arrived on time.  After I had briefly explained what our tentative remodel plans are, she then proceeded to look the house over, slowly and carefully, both inside and outside, noting (for example) where the 1959 Yellowstone earthquake had introduced cracks in the exterior walls.  I shared with her copies of the original blueprints,and information regarding the duntile brick construction of the house.  She reviewed the blueprints with me, noting where it would be best to have the partial 2nd floor built.  Most helpful, she explained that we need not 'lift' the house to replace the foundation and waterproof the basement.  Apparently, a contractor can work in sections and dig down & rebuild the foundation in sections.  This was good news indeed.    Further, she described the process that I had only guess at so far.  Step 1. Structural engineer inspection.  Step 2. Architectural plans.  Step 3. Review of plans by engineer.  Step 4. Submission of plans for building permits.  Step 5. Hire building contractor.  And I would add, watch either Mr. Blandings Builds his Dreamhouse or The Money Pit on a weekly basis throughout the process.   Sarah provided me with a short list of potential architects and remodeling contractors whom I can now contact to continue the process.  I can now proceed with the needed work on the house, confident that we are headed in the right direction.

Reviews in Garden City for Installing Retaining Walls

APerformance Engineers
They were referred to us. They were more problem solvers instead of being argumentative. My advice to others is that if they need something done that requires structural engineering, these are the guys to call. The guy that we talked to was named Sean Reader. He was professional, easy going and did not have any trouble getting everything drawn up. They are affordable.
- James M....
AMcClendon Engineering Inc
Ms. McClendon is knowledgeable, professional and pleasant.  She arrived on time.  After I had briefly explained what our tentative remodel plans are, she then proceeded to look the house over, slowly and carefully, both inside and outside, noting (for example) where the 1959 Yellowstone earthquake had introduced cracks in the exterior walls.  I shared with her copies of the original blueprints,and information regarding the duntile brick construction of the house.  She reviewed the blueprints with me, noting where it would be best to have the partial 2nd floor built.  Most helpful, she explained that we need not 'lift' the house to replace the foundation and waterproof the basement.  Apparently, a contractor can work in sections and dig down & rebuild the foundation in sections.  This was good news indeed.    Further, she described the process that I had only guess at so far.  Step 1. Structural engineer inspection.  Step 2. Architectural plans.  Step 3. Review of plans by engineer.  Step 4. Submission of plans for building permits.  Step 5. Hire building contractor.  And I would add, watch either Mr. Blandings Builds his Dreamhouse or The Money Pit on a weekly basis throughout the process.   Sarah provided me with a short list of potential architects and remodeling contractors whom I can now contact to continue the process.  I can now proceed with the needed work on the house, confident that we are headed in the right direction.
- Julia C....