Holland Engineering is proud to continue to support Heifer International, a charity with the mission to "end hunger and poverty while caring for the Earth."
This year, Holland Engineering offered it's annual $2,500 scholarship to Engineering students from Calvin College and Western Michigan University. We received many excellent applications, and it was tough to choose just one recipient.
Nick J. Gressick, MS has a comprehensive background in wetlands and aquatic ecology. He has worked extensively with the Michigan Nature Association and was a previous employee of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ).
Our world is ever changing. Keeping track of and communicating these changes can be a nearly impossible task unless you have the right people, process, and technology. The good news is Holland Engineering has all three, and we’re continuing to provide value to our clients by adding a powerful mapping tool to our arsenal, ArcGIS Server.
It all started on February 15, 1977, in an old residential building along Eighth Street, just east of downtown Holland.
This year's $2,500 scholarship will be awarded to one Engineering student from either Calvin College or Western Michigan University to be used towards tuition or the purchase of student books.
Aerial imagery captured from Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) is becoming more widely adopted in the industry because of reduced cost and a higher resolution which leads to more accurate mapping.
Recognizing the increased demand for environmental work throughout the energy, civil infrastructure, and government sectors, Holland Engineering has added three new team members to the Environmental Group.
Today we celebrate GIS technology and help unite the geospatial community in a global movement of collaboration, sharing and education.
Holland Engineering teamed up with Kid’s Food Basket and sponsored an entire day’s worth of Sack Suppers for children in Holland, Michigan.
HEI donated hard hats to the Burt and Mullet Student Chapter at Ferris State University for their tour of the Mackinac Bridge in Northern Michigan.
Holland Engineering's Environmental Group helps clients with pipeline hydrostatic testing needs.
Holland Engineering's professional staff can help with your water supply issues and studies.
HEI adds additional staff to address increased demand for structural support.
HEI works closely with Pilot staff from itital site planning to survey, engineering and permit process
Holland Engineering pulled from their depth of capabilities to assist with the Freedom Pipeline Project
HEI continues to incorporate Mobile LiDAR scanning
Holland Engineering assists with design for Allegan County's first constructed wetland septic treatment system.
Holland Engineering has incorporated Mobile Lidar to its services.
At Holland Engineering, we are committed to helping our clients find cost-effective solutions to environmental challenges.
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