Civil Engineering & Land Surveying

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Get the latest tips on land surveying and civil engineering.

By: Bill Nagle

April 22nd, 2015

U.S. existing home sales hit 18-month high; prices rise

home owners | land surveying | economic development | Real Estate | home sales

U.S. home resales surged to their highest level in 18 months in March as inventories improved, a sign of strength in the housing market ahead of the spring selling season.

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By: Peter Grunawalt

April 21st, 2015

Surveying An Entire City: The Case of Detroit

land surveying | economic development | land development

Detroit once bustled with business and manufacturing, but unlike many other cities of similar size, has seen population decline since the 1950s. As people left, and city blocks were abandoned, it became increasingly difficult to keep track of the over 400,000 parcels of land within its limits, especially with an antiquated computer system. It is estimated that there are some 80,000 or more abandoned buildings.

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By: Bill Nagle

March 31st, 2015

Project Spotlight: 3139 Whitney Avenue, Hamden, Connecticut

Hamden | Civil Engineering | land surveying | economic development

A project that Godfrey-Hoffman Associates proudly is part of has been featured in the New Haven Register.

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By: Peter Grunawalt

January 8th, 2015

Project Spotlight: State Street Lofts

News | star supply | state street lofts | Civil Engineering | site planning | economic development | CAD

  Photo courtesy of the New Haven Independent, taken by Markeshia Ricks.  

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5 Reasons To Hire a Civil Engineer.

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By: Bill Nagle

October 10th, 2014

Connecticut Chapter of SIOR Press Release

Civil Engineering | land surveying | site planning | economic development

Check out the latest press release from our friends at the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors

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By: Peter Grunawalt

April 23rd, 2014

Project Spotlight: the Star Supply Building

News | Sustainable Engineering | Civil Engineering | site planning | economic development | CAD

Located on State Street in New Haven, the old industrial site is now the stuff of great plans. Recently, the City Plan Comission approved plans for the construction of some 235 residential units. This would involve demolishing most of the existing buildings, which have been vacant and locked up.

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By: Bill Nagle

December 13th, 2013

New Economic Development to improve Downtown New Haven

News | economic development

  New Haven inks deal for development of former Coliseum site

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