HRC Services

HRC services cover every facet of engineering and design, including master planning for land developments, infrastructure improvements, and utility systems for private clients, and state, county and city governments. Our work is led by principals with hands-on involvement, and is characterized by the client-first attitude that sets us apart.

Civil Engineering

HRC Engineers, Surveyors, and Landscape Architects offer the range of civil engineering services for any project, including public works, commercial, industrial, transportation, plant expansion, building facility, parks and recreation, residential, and infrastructure improvements. We have the experience—and know how—you need to get your job done.


  • Commercial Site Development
  • Residential Subdivision Development
  • Industrial Site Development
  • Municipal Infrastructure Development
  • Construction specifications
  • NPDES inspections and monitoring
  • Storm water management services
  • Single and multi-family residential plans
  • Cost estimates
  • EPD steam buffer variances
  • Decentralized wastewater treatment system designs
  • Septic designs
  • Grease trap designs
  • Bidding services
  • Land disturbance activities permitting
  • ES&PC plans
  • Highway entrance plans
  • Construction administration services
  • Sanitary sewer basin studies
  • Feasibility studies

Land Surveying

The HRC Engineers, Surveyors, and Landscape Architects surveying team provides a variety of services to support your site development and infrastructure projects. Our professionals use state-of-the-art equipment and software to make sure your project is completed on-time, in-budget—and with the high level of quality you expect.


  • Boundary surveys
  • Route surveys
  • Topographical surveys
  • ADA surveys
  • Tree surveys
  • As-built surveys
  • ALTA/ACSM survey
  • Preliminary and final platting
  • Commercial and residential site planning
  • Construction staking services
  • Property location
  • Elevation certificates and LOMA preparation
  • Infrastructure inventory for GIS
  • Zoning
  • GDOT prequalified for Land Surveying (5.01), Engineering Surveying (5.02), and Geodetic Surveying (5.03)

Landscape Architecture

We design spaces that empower a sense of place, in addition to provide positive environmental outcomes, social-behavioral involvement, and aesthetic experiences. A multidisciplinary approach allows our landscape architects to provide creative and distinctive solutions for the benefit of our clients, and those they serve.  


  • Commercial Landscape Design
  • Residential Landscape Design
  • Master Planning
  • Site Feasibility Studies
  • Residential and commercial land planning
  • Sustainable design
  • Site analysis
  • Amenity and recreation area design
  • Residential landscape design
  • Tree protection plans
  • Implementation strategies
  • Presentation illustrations
  • Construction observation
  • Specifications
  • Facility evaluation and needs assessment
  • Illustrations

Construction Administration

Public and private clients rely on HRC Engineers, Surveyors, and Landscape Architects for comprehensive construction administration services, from conceptualization through design to completion. We represent you—our client—at all stages, providing the management services that assure timely coordination with design professionals, owners, contractors, subcontractors, and others.


  • Establish and maintain a tracking system for all project construction records (RFIs, ASIs, RFP/COs)
  • Review the contractor’s project schedule, schedule of values, submittal schedule, and equipment matrix, and list of proposed subcontractors
  • Make recommendations to address deficiencies or defects
  • Interpret contract document technical requirements and observe contractor's work performance for proper execution or progress
  • Clarify and interpret the intent and scope of construction documents
  • Respond to contractor’s inquiries and provide supplemental information as appropriate
  • Provide assistance in the review of the contractor’s requests for change orders
  • Review as-built documents for completeness at substantial completion and final completion
  • Review contractor’s record drawings, O&M instructions, and all other close-out documentation
  • Recommend final payment to the contractor at completion
  • Monitor the contractor’s schedule for the construction phase work
  • Work as an extension of your staff, observing work progress, managing budgets, and following schedules to ensure successful timelines