Giffin Engineering Design/ Construction Services
The village of Joy was unfortunate enough to have had a significant number of their maps and blueprints for their infrastructure mistakenly disposed of.
Preserve your documents by turning hard copies into electronic files! The use of cloud based storage is a cost effective alternative to G.I.S. and allows you to conveniently retrieve all your important documents on your mobile devices and desktop computers.
Efficiency, Simplicity, Flexibility on the Job Site!
Through experience and relationships developed during his six years working for the Illinois Department of Transportation and the past 25 years in the engineering field, Judd Giffin assists clients with transportation related projects from Motor Fuel Tax (MFT) programs for municipalities to entrance permits for businesses and home owners. In addition to our experience, we have a working relationship with Hutchison Engineering to provide assistance when necessary.
Giffin Engineering provides a fresh perspective into land development through Judd Giffin’s own experience as a developer in a small community, in addition to his 25 years of experience performing engineering services for a wide range of developments, from large commercial, such as the Super Walmart in East Peoria, to a small residential subdivision in Hanna City.
While Giffin Engineering is not a licensed structural engineering company, we have a significant amount of experience in this area. We have established key relationships with other firms, such as Fehr-Graham and ATSE to provide support for projects that require these professional services.
NHI-National Highway Institute Safety Inspection of In-Service Bridges 2009.
The CDAP program is a grant sponsored program that assists Illinois communities by providing grants to local governments to help them in financing economic development projects, public facilities, and housing rehabilitation. The Public Infrastructure Program is a component of CDAP fund water and sanitary projects. Project areas must be primarily residential in character and may be used for like funds may be used for water, sewer or storm sewer system improvements. Note: Communities may only apply for funds under one component of CDAP per year.