Redniss & Mead answers questions about land planning services and when to start the land planning process.
Redniss & Mead answers frequently asked questions about civil engineering and explains how they are qualified to perform civil engineering services.
Redniss & Mead answers frequently asked questions about land surveying and explains how they deliver land surveying services.
Redniss & Mead provided land use planning consulting, land surveying and civil engineering services for the preservation and reuse of the historic Atlantic Street Post Office into 650 units of high-rise luxury apartments in two towers including ground level retail of 50,000 square feet.
Building and Land Technology has officially opened Harbor Landing Apartments, its newly constructed 218-unit building at 28 Southfield Ave. in Stamford. The apartments are surrounded by a six-mile waterfront boardwalk, two restaurants, a marina and a full-service boatyard.
The Stamford Home Depot, has completed construction and plans to open in April 2018. Redniss & Mead provided land surveying, civil engineering and land planning consulting services prior to and during construction.
The Redniss & Mead team provided planning and zoning consulting, land surveying and site civil engineering services for this recently completed project for the new Stamford Hospital.
Redniss & Mead Current Projects Under Construction
The Redniss & Mead team provided land surveying and site civil engineering services for this recently completed significant modernization project for the Noroton Presbyterian Church.
Redniss & Mead’s residential projects featured on Houzz Tour: Connecticut Farm Restored for Generations to Come
A man renovates his extended family’s stately farmhouse and land. Sustainable practices are used in gardens, wetlands and recreation areas.
Redniss & Mead Principal, Brian McMahon, P.E., along with over 100 officials, volunteers and others from the community joined together on Saturday afternoon, Sept. 12, for the ceremonial ribbon cutting on the newly improved and expanded New Canaan Town Hall. Redniss & Mead served as engineer and surveyor of record for the project.
David Ginter, P.E. and Cesar Polonia, PLS, celebrated another successful ribbon cutting for long-time Redniss & Mead client Convent of the Sacred Heart. Convent of the Sacred Heart officially opened a major expansion that will see an expanded athletic center and more dining spaces, among other improvements on the Greenwich campus.
With Harbor Point in the South End having become a major destination for young renters, another waterfront neighborhood is now also trying to carve out a similar niche.
Shielded from Summer Street traffic by a fence and concrete barriers, about 50 people stood beneath the sweltering sun Wednesday as steel construction officially began at the Summer House development in Stamford.
An extra special birds-eye view of the New Stamford Hospital.
Redniss & Mead’s Bret Holzwarth, P.E. was part of the action on Tuesday at Stamford Hospital’s Topping Out Ceremony. His name and signature will be forever part of the highest beam of the New Stamford Hospital. The Topping-Out Tradition Somewhere between ground-breaking and ribbon-cutting, comes a ceremony in the construction of many modern buildings called…
Another Redniss & Mead Engineering project is underway in Darien. We attended the groundbreaking ceremony for the Noroton Presbyterian Church
This is the demolition of the last Charter Oak Communities’ Vidal Court building, marking a milestone in the construction of a dual project by Stamford Hospital and Charter Oak Communities (COC). Redniss & Mead was part of the team that facilitated the property swap between Stamford Hospital and COC to make these important developments a…
Convent of the Sacred Heart, our client for over 10 years, had a need to expand their gymnasium and dining areas… We delivered a total solution that heightens safety and enhances the outdoor experience of the faculty and students by creating a cohesive pedestrian campus by alleviating traffic and the need to walk across streets.…