Land Development Engineering & Surveying, Inc. (LDES) is a multi-disciplinary firm founded in 2004. The various professional services we provide include Land Development, Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Land & Construction Surveying, Stormwater Management, and Drafting. LDES is a certified MBE & DBE enterprise.
Our goal is to represent our clients' best interests by providing high-quality services methodically achieved by our team of seasoned professionals. LDES remains in constant pursuit of new and progressive methods to tailor our services to exceed our client's expectations – above and beyond the industry's standard. Our company's continuous growth and the increasing diversity of our projects are the results of our tireless efforts and proof of our success in meeting those goals.
Throughout our years of operation, our team has established an excellent record of successful project delivery. We have experience collaborating with the local and state municipalities, federal agencies including the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and various tribal jurisdictional authorities.
We are honored to be continuously acknowledged by the engineering industry and organizations across various disciplines. LDES has received awards from the American Society Of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and Federal Highway Administration Washington Division (FHWA), and the American Public Works Association (APWA).Contact us
U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration; Award of Excellence; Best Special Project; Haxton Way Pedestrian Pathway
Washington State Chapter; Local Civil Engineering Achievement Honor Award; Small Projects or Non-Construction Study; Silver Beach Creek Stormwater Improvements – Brownsville Drive to East
Seattle Section; Local Civil Engineering Achievement Honor Award; West Tributary Habitat & Stormwater Improvements
Seattle Section; Project of the Year Award Environment Less than $5 Million; Silver Beach Creek Stormwater Improvements