Civil Surveying is the first step toward completion of major construction projects. Getting the details right in the beginning makes for a better experience during construction. Aerial and land surveys are a winning combination to provide the best possible data to engineers and designers. Frequent surveys establish efficiency and check for accuracy throughout the duration of the project.
Quality Assurance isn’t a checklist – it’s a culture of excellence. The ALL-IN MJE approach focuses on execution of massive construction with precision and efficiency to provide the most value for the money. We don’t cut corners and we stand behind our work. Our reputation is on the line with every project we undertake and our clients turn to us again and again to provide the best turn-key construction projects in the Midwest.
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Most successful construction projects have one thing in common – vast amounts of planning during the preconstruction phase. Many civil projects have many hours, days, and even weeks dedicated to having a preliminary feasibility study completed before their project even goes out for bidding. Our organization doesn’t typically lead civil feasibility studies, but it is […]
Every MJE project begins in the sky. Our two-person survey team includes Drone operator Abe Driedger, Jr., and our boots-on-the-ground stake/ATV surveyor Edgar Andazola. It is this initial drone survey data that drives the rest of the team and project forward. This cyclical survey process allows our team precise and accurate information at vital points […]
Many earthwork projects require clay liner installation to prevent waste seepage underneath lagoons and landfills. Closing landfills also involves installing a liner over the top to seal in the waste. This process protects the groundwater and soil below landfills and lagoons from contamination. Preparing the Ground The first step in clay liner installation is site […]
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