One of the benefits of Griggs & Maloney being a full-service, multi-discipline firm is the ability to seamlessly integrate multiple engineering disciplines from the same firm into a single project. Our Professional Engineers specialize in civil, water resources, transportation, and environmental disciplines. We regularly collaborate to ensure that our engineering efforts, both large and small, public and private, are designed and implemented in a safe, functional, and sustainable manner. No matter the scope, we have the resources and veteran experience necessary to address any engineering challenge head-on to provide maximum value and return for our clients.
At Griggs & Maloney, our Land Planning Division is comprised of both AICP Certified Planners and Professional Engineers. This single, integrated team unifies the technical and procedural aspects of land planning to generate a unique skill set that qualifies G&M to assist municipalities of any size, individual government agencies, the real estate development community, and private industry. Our focus is to understand a community’s vision for their future by asking questions and listening intimately in pursuance of better advising the community’s leaders as they move through a multitude of planning scenarios. See More
Through years of providing environmental compliance and permitting throughout the country, Griggs & Maloney understands that you need to be able to make informed business decisions based on a cost-effective, technically sound, and fast-paced approach. This approach, along with our environmental experience, creative ingenuity, and client relationships, allows us to deliver sensitive environmental documents, plans, and permits with regard to your project’s feasibility and budget.
Griggs & Maloney provides a wide array of construction-based services throughout each construction phase. In addition to construction management and contract administration, our experienced on-site engineers and certified technicians provide construction inspection. Our team of construction inspectors and technicians are trained and certified in areas of OSHA safety, TDEC regulations, and erosion control implementations.