Multi-disciplinary Engineers, Architects,
and Land Surveyors
A certified minority firm serving Colorado
Clients. Employees. Community. HCL provides high quality design and excellent customer service to each and every client we serve. We strive to provide our employees with challenging work, ongoing training opportunities, and a benefits package that enables them to plan for the future, have free time with their families, and maintain a variety of options surrounding health care. HCL believes in giving back to our community and, as such, we provide opportunities for management and employees to devote time to charitable activities. It is also our goal to donate time to industry associations, furthering the advancement of the fields of engineering and surveying.
HCL Engineering & Surveying, LLC (HCL) is an established multi-disciplinary engineering, land surveying, and architectural firm, offering comprehensive civil and structural engineering, along with a complete range of land surveying and architectural services. We pride ourselves on quality, cost effective realistic designs, customer satisfaction, and personal service.
The combination of professional engineering, land surveying, and architectural services in the same office is extremely beneficial to our clients. Close coordination between the surveyor and design engineer provides the consistency that is so crucial for quality, detailed design work. It also ensures that field data is quickly downloaded and disseminated to the design team, thereby expediting the design process.
Over 80% of our business is comprised of past clients or referrals from past clients. HCL takes the time to thoroughly discuss and understand our client’s needs and goals. Cost of construction is always a factor that is considered throughout the design process; therefore budget parameters are established and strictly adhered to for each project. This attention to construction cost and budgetary constraints is done without sacrificing quality.
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Kentucky, Maryland, Nebraska, Oregon, and Texas