About CivilTech

WHO WE ARE

CivilTech Engineering, Inc. (CivilTech) celebrates a 20-year history partnering with local, state, and Federal agencies for project success on engineering projects that include transportation, water resource (drainage, hydrology and hydraulics), water and sewer engineering, as well as construction inspection.

Our company has developed a strong reputation as a premier consultant on road, bridge, hike and bike trail, drainage improvement, storm water quality program and emergency management projects. Our consulting business model revolves around civil engineering for public infrastructure projects including highways, roads, bridges, storm water drainage systems, flood control facilities, water and wastewater systems and airports.

Our professionals strive to go beyond meeting guidelines; we provide innovative ideas to keep projects on schedule while providing an exceptional product.

OUR VALUES

CivilTech is committed to three distinct goals:

  • Enjoy a creative approach to our work and satisfaction in delivering results by providing innovative solutions.
  • Actively seek the most challenging civil engineering projects.
  • Advance scientific and engineering methods while remaining committed to quality and excellence in support of our clients’ goals.

OUR HISTORY

1997


CivilTech Engineering, Inc. is incorporated in the State of Texas

1998


CivilTech diversifies its services by creating the Structures & Drainage Division

1999


Due to increases in the number of staff, CivilTech moves to larger office on Jones Road in Houston, Texas

2001


CivilTech is awarded its first federally funded Section 211(f) Flood Reduction Study Project and in turn, creates their Economics Division

2002


To offer its clients an even broader range of services, CivilTech creates the Infrastructure Division

2003


To accommodate continued growth, CivilTech moves into its current stand-alone facility in Cypress, Texas

2004


CivilTech increases its staff to over 20 professionals

2008


CivilTech provides drainage engineering and design support associated with I-10, considered by some to be the widest freeway in the world.

2009


Hurricane Ike Economic Advisories and HAZUS-MH Validations. To help local and state officials better prepare for Hurricane Ike, CivilTech Engineering provided economic damage advisories before, during, and after the storm.

2012


CivilTech’s use of HAZUS to accurately predict potential physical, social and economic impacts of a natural disaster is documented by the Houston Chronicle on the front page in its Sunday, June 3, 2012, edition.

2013


CivilTech prepared a comprehensive hydrologic and hydraulic study for SH 99 Grand Parkway, Segments F-1, F-2, and G.

2015


CivilTech provided drainage engineering and roadway design support services for SH 249 Tollway. CivilTech is working alongside Harris County Flood Control District and USACE on the next phase of Project Brays, a historical program aimed at reducing the risk of flooding associated with Brays Bayou.

2016


CivilTech opens its Construction Division.

2017


CivilTech celebrates 20 years of service.