Jones & Beach Engineers, Inc., is celebrating our 35 th Anniversary in 2012, and has been providing a multitude of civil engineering, surveying and construction services to industrial, municipal, commercial and residential clients throughout the seacoast region of New Hampshire, northern Massachusetts and southern Maine.
Our experienced team of engineers, surveyors, wetland scientists, designers, technicians and consultants are on-call to give personal and timely attention to your individual needs. At Jones & Beach, we take pride in our innovative and technical achievements, and we continuously look for ways to better serve our clients. We regularly attend Seminars, provide in-house lunch & learns from cutting-edge vendors, and we are members of many professional and civic organizations, such as GSDI, NHANRS, Exeter Area Chamber of Commerce, NHLSA, HBC to name a few.
In 2008, Jones & Beach acquired RSL Layout & Design, a well-respected survey company located in Raymond, NH. This expansion has broadened our survey capabilities, increased our geographic range, and added talented new members to our staff. The quality of RSL’s work over the last 35 years has earned the esteem of their clients and colleagues throughout New Hampshire and Maine. Jones & Beach remains committed to continuing this legacy by providing their clientele the highest level of professional service and expertise. With the addition of RSL’s experienced professionals, Jones & Beach is well-positioned to handle New England’s surveying and engineering needs.
Jones & Beach is helping PAVE the way to a GREENER environment! We routinely design sites with Low-Impact Development (LID) techniques to minimize impervious surface run-off, infiltrate run-off, and to treat stormwater using cutting-edge methods and technologies, including porous pavement, eco-pavers, alternative paving systems, rain gardens, gravel wetlands, bio retention systems, and other various methods.
“EXETER, N.H. – Paying a premium to line a parking lot with pavement full of cavities may sound strange for a dental office, but here it makes great sense, economically and environmentally.” (Tim Wacker, Globe Correspondent, July 27, 2008)
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