Main Office: 555 Main Street, Hudson, CO 80642 | South Denver Office: Highlands Ranch, CO 80126
Main Office: 555 Main Street, Hudson, CO 80642
South Denver Office: Highlands Ranch, CO 80126

Specializing in Geotechnical and Structural Engineering as well as Pit Evaluation and Septic Design

Serving Colorado, Wyoming, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin, and Maryland



Project Administration

Civil engineering encompasses many of the subdisciplines and services that we provide.



Project Management

Multi-Discipline Projects

High Plains Engineering & Design is well versed in Multi-Discipline Projects. Our company is a multi-discipline firm and knows what it takes to coordinate projects in an orderly manner that can be taken from concept to design to construction. We provide Project Management Services for project that require multiple Engineering Disciplines such as Mechanical, Electrical, and Civil Engineering. By integrating all of these disciplines under one roof, our clients have the ability to have one point of contact by teaming with a company that is small enough to be responsive to our clients needs, while still producing quality engineering at affordable prices.



Design/Bid/Build & Design/Build

Design/Bid/Build versus Design/Build?

No matter which construction method you chose, High Plains Engineering & Design is the correct partner for you. Our staff has a deep knowledge of both design processes and is capable of handling both. Our firm works as a great complimentary partner to any strategic team. We believe that good coordination and communication are keys to providing a high quality integrated design.



Grading & Drainage

Grading and Drainage is almost always required by municipalities prior to construction. The key to a good grading and drainage plan involves understand the existing site conditions and developing your grading plan around the new design in order to achieve the required and desired drainage. The regulations surrounding water runoff are constantly changing. Allow High Plains Engineering to navigate this with and for you. Laws govern every facet of water management from where water can be taken, how it is managed, how it affects neighboring properties, the chemicals and silt that could be running off, and even the plants and wildlife habitat created by wet locations. We make it our job to know how to help you in all of these situations and provide solutions for whatever situation you may have.