ECON takes the additional step in better serving our clients by applying our range of capabilities in engineering, surveying, planning, utilities and sustainability together in strategic clusters. Our firm understands that in the real world of project planning and implementation, success more than ever is an outgrowth of a company’s ability to break down boundaries between disciplines and harness the power of omnibus solutions employing multiple service categories in one coherent strategy. Accordingly, ECON is able to offer a number of Service Clusters that in most cases rely on a host of disciplines and areas of expertise within our firm.
ECON provides a full-range of transportation planning and traffic engineering services to the public and private sectors. Private sector projects include the retail industry (regional shopping centers, community shopping centers and supermarkets), office/medical office uses, industrial parks and residential developments. Public sector clients include municipalities and counties on development reviews, …Read More
ECON has a robust project history and service portfolio in the broad area of infrastructural design and delivery of utilities. In addition to designing new facilities, we also provide condition assessments and diagnostic evaluations to help clients maximize the capabilities of existing infrastructure. ECON can carry out planning, preliminary engineering …Read More
ECON provides land use planning and sustainable management services to the public and private sectors. Private sector work includes design and planning consultation for commercial, industrial, residential and mixed use projects. Public sector clients include municipalities and counties for development application reviews, capital improvement projects, parks and recreation and community …Read More
At ECON, we pride ourselves on the quality of our work. We have a successful history of bringing projects from concept through the approval and environmental permitting process at the municipal, county and state levels. ECON will be your advocates, at the planning board, at the county and at the …Read More