Civiltech Engineering Annual Revenue, Number of Employees, Growth and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Civiltech Engineering's estimated annual revenue is currently $9.2M per year.
- Civiltech Engineering's estimated revenue per employee is $100,000
- Civiltech Engineering has 92 Employees.
- Civiltech Engineering grew their employee count by 1% last year.
- Civiltech Engineering currently has 1 job openings.
|Jim Ewers||Engineering Services Director, Construction|
|John Breitsameter||Principal Engineer|
|Jonathan Vana||Dir Design Services|
|James Ewers||Dir Construction Engineering|
|Gregory Hatlestad||Dir Structural Design Services|
|David White||Dir Valuation Services|
|Mark Evinger||IT Applications Manager|
What Is Civiltech Engineering?
Civiltech is a consulting engineering firm that provides a full range of transportation and civil engineering services which include transportation, civil, construction, environmental, water resources and structural engineering as well as right of way services. Our staff is made up of Professional Engineers, Professional Structural Engineers, Certified Floodplain Managers and LEED Green Associates who develop innovative planning, design and construction solutions. Civiltech realizes that success lies in the individual service and attention provided to clients, and we contribute to this success by completing projects in a timely manner and within budget.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Chastain & Asso...||$6.3M||63||2%||N/A|
|Wiss, Janney, E...||$72.9M||729||6%||N/A|
Civiltech Engineering News
The sixth Flood Control item on Wednesday's agenda is with Civiltech Engineering for work at the Juvenile Detention Center, where a berm ...
Palatine Village Council voted unanimously on Monday (Aug. 12) to approve an engineering and design contract with Itasca-based Civiltech ...
Brian Carroll, a resident engineer with Civiltech Engineering, said barring “some unforeseen emergency,” all of the beams should be done ...