Running a construction site efficiently is key to getting the job done right. With more than 40 specialists in construction services on staff, Robinson Engineering ensures your construction project will be completed as designed, on time and on budget.
We handle all aspects of construction services including roadways, sewer/water lines, lighting, traffic signals and more. Robinson is also pre-qualified to provide services by numerous county and state agencies.
In 2004, the Village of Homer Glen received authorization from the Will County Governmental League to use Federal Funds for completing safety and operational improvements at the 143rd Street/Lemont Road (State Street) intersection. The importance of improving this intersection
STAKING & LAYOUT
We perform field staking through the use of coordinate system programming for fast and precise layout.
Robinson can provide full-time construction inspection on federal aid urban projects as well as periodic site observations for meeting requirements.
Robinson’s professional engineers and experienced technicians have years of managing various types of construction projects. We offer the full spectrum of project management services, as well as additional related services that include:
Community development plan reviews and construction inspection
Computer aided drafting and design (CADD)
Construction management and inspection
Environmental assessment studies
Golf course community development
Our field crews use state-of-the-art data collection and survey equipment, as well as satellite-based GPS equipment. This allows for fast and efficient transmission of information to the client.
FEATURED CONSTRUCTION SERVICES PROJECTS
This project consists of the redevelopment of the Village of South Holland downtown area. South Park Avenue, an unmarked state route, along with other adjacent residential streets required complete reconstruction to serve the future infrastructure needs of the Town Center Redevelopment.
The Village of Romeoville took the lead on a major intersection upgrade at Illinois Route 53 (IDOT jurisdiction) and the main entrance into Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois.