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We Are Experts in Permit Negotiation & Acquisition
About Our Firm
We are a scrappy group of engineers that started this business in February of 2003. Today, our technical abilities are at upper end of the engineering spectrum and our permit negotiating abilities are unmatched.
Regardless of what type of permit you need (residential, commercial or entertainment), and regardless of what State you need a permit from (Nevada, New York, e.t.c…), we will deliver exactly what you need by the time you need it.
JOSEPH R. DEBLANCO, P.E.
Las Vegas Civil Engineering
2251 North Rampart Blvd. No. 418
Las Vegas, NV 89128
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What Is A Permit?
A permit is formal permission to proceed with the construction phase of a project. A permit’s purpose is to ensure that all projects comply with local laws, ordinances and building codes. Civil Engineers are duly authorized to assist in the permitting process because of their education and training in design and construction. At Las Vegas Civil Engineering, we are experts in Federal, State and local regulatory guidelines with a 100% success rate in acquiring permits for clients in all 50 states.
Who Issues Permits?
Building and construction permits are typically issued by States, Counties and Cities. In some cases, the Federal Government issues permits due to specific environmental criteria.
Knowing exactly who to go to can be difficult to figure out in a timely manner. For example, Las Vegas, Nevada has several permit issuing municipalities. Here are some of the municipalities that we do business with on a regular basis in Las Vegas, Nevada:
What Happens If I Don’t Get A Permit?
Failure to obtain a building or construction permit can result in fines, penalties and even the demolition of an unauthorized structure.
Can You Handle Everything For Me?
Yes, Las Vegas Civil Engineering can handle everything for you. We are the FIRST IN and LAST OUT of most of our projects. We help clients manage everything from project startup, including the referral of contractors and 3rd party providers, to completion. And we can do it all electronically through texts and email.
What is Required To Provide An Estimate?
To provide pricing and time estimates simply forward a brief overview of your project along with your contact information. A representative from Las Vegas Civil Engineering will review your message and promptly contact you to discuss your details. Estimates can typically be provided within 48 hours and are free of charge.
How Long Does It Take Las Vegas Civil Engineering To Get A Permit?
Our expertise at Las Vegas Civil Engineering results in the fastest turnaround times available in the permitting process. The average time for us to acquire a building or construction permit is typically only one to two days. However, with more complex design and construction projects this process may take longer. Cost and time estimations can typically be provided with a high degree of accuracy once we have a thorough understanding of your project.
Can Las Vegas Civil Engineering Acquire Permits In Multiple States?
Yes, Las Vegas Civil Engineering is based in Las Vegas, Nevada but is able to acquire permits in all 50 states. We have a 100% success rate and operate without any limitation on our ability to negotiate permits in other locations.
Can You Tell Me If I Need A Permit?
Yes, permits are our specialty. And at Las Vegas Civil Engineering we are happy to provide clients with information on permit requirements in their area. In addition, if your project qualifies you for an exemption, we will make sure you get it.
Can You Help Me Find A Contractor To Build My Project?
Yes, Las Vegas Civil Engineering works with an extensive network of contractors and building professionals from all over the country. As part of our service, we can refer clients to those who specialize in their type of projects, along with company history and qualifications for your review.