Find out more about how Livingston Engineering got started and more importantly where we are going. Learn about the work we have done, the clients we have helped and neighborhoods we have changed. Get an idea of what we can do for you, by learning why we do, what we do.
Civil Engineering provides design plans for residential, commercial, and industrial development projects. Some of the challenges in design include erosion control, storm water management, grading utilities and underground systems.
Construction Surveying covers work on transportation such as highways, bridges and railways. It also encompasses development projects for residential, commercial and industrial. These type of projects provide some interesting challenges.
Unmanned drones have quickly become instrumental in the survey and engineering world, and Livingston Engineering is again at the forefront of these technologies. An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), commonly known as a drone, is an aircraft without a human pilot aboard. UAVs are a component of an unmanned aircraft system (UAS); which include a UAV, a ground-based controller, and a system of communications between the two.
GIS: Global Information Systems is used for many purposes including site development planning, automotive fleet movement, equipment tracking, evacuation planning, tracking natural resources for conservation or extraction. Analyze regions, by demographic, income, vegetation, traffic, and more.
Subsurface Utility Engineering, using GPR or Ground Penetrating Radar we are able to identify pipelines, powerlines, sewer and abnormalities in the ground before the first shovel hits the dirt. Reduce the chances of a miss dig or stuck utility, know what lies underground or between the walls.
Offering model building services and ground control calibrations on projects throughout the construction industry. 3D Modeling includes these basic 3 types: Site Models, Roadway Models, and Foundation Excavation Models.
A spinning laser sends millions of laser pulses out and monitors the reflections. Each time a laser pulse strikes an object the time it takes for the light pulse to be reflected is calculated providing a distance to the object. The intensity of the reflection can provide information about the composition of the object once the distance and atmospheric conditions are factored into the intensity.
Livingston Engineering is proud to work on the facilities of many of the world’s major automakers. We have worked on projects ranging from assembly plants to automotive test tracks at facilities for General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Fiat Chrysler (FCA), Toyota and Nissan.