Civil Engineering - Southwest Florida

Civil Engineering Firm in Southwest Florida

Water resources and solutions that get permits—the first time.

Creek Engineering provides innovative land and water resources throughout the development process of public and private property. That means we’re qualified to guide your property successfully, from the original pre-development and due diligence studies to the completion of the building. Civil engineering is a fundamental part of the process.

Our civil and geotechnical engineers and permit specialists provide site plans, engineering support, and inspection services for projects of every size, shape, scope, and complexity. We also know the Florida regulatory and environmental requirements like the back of our hand.

Gulfcoast building partners meet goals on time and within budget.

Our Capabilities

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Civil Engineering Services We Provide

Creek Engineering regularly works with both the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFMD) and the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) offices. Our team has provided geotechnical services in Southwest Florida counties for over 30 years. So, we’re familiar with their water requirements and can save you time on the permit approval process. 

Site & Land Development

Are you preparing your property for building? We can handle everything you need to get done—and keep you completely updated along the way. No surprises, no broken promises.

Water Resources

We offer innovative solutions for challenges ranging from flood control, bridge replacement, erosion and sediment control, and scour analysis.

Master Planning

If you’re organizing a master plan, then you will likely have a few questions along the way. Our civil engineers are prepared to supply you with the reports you need to make the best decisions.

Locations We Serve

We’re based in the city of Port Charlotte and provide civil engineering services to contractors and land developers across Southwest Florida, especially the following counties: 

  • Charlotte County – city of Port Charlotte, city of Punta Gorda, city of Deep Creek, city of Rotonda West, city of Cleveland, city of Burnt Store, city of Charlotte Harbor, etc.
  • Collier County – city of Naples, Everglades City, city of Naples Manor, city of Goodland, etc.
  • DeSoto County – city of Arcadia, Ft. city of Ogden, city of Nocatee, etc.
  • Lee County – city of Bonita Springs, city of Fort Myers, city of Cape Coral, city of Naples, city of Estero, etc.
  • Sarasota County – city of Venice, city of Sarasota, city of North Port, Arcadia, city of Englewood, city of Nokomis, etc.

The Creek Engineering Process

The simple truth is that no two construction sites in Florida are identical. Beware of any engineering firm who promises a next-day report complete with a permit in-hand. Our team won’t be the best fit if you’re looking for a quick answer. 

But, if you want an engineering partner with a proven track record, decades of experience, and a bullet-proof process—then you might be a good fit for Gulfcoast Engineering.

Project Identification & Definition

Feasibility Study

Preliminary Design


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What Our Clients Say



Drew Spurgeon

Thanks to Creek Engineering and their team for help with our building after Hurricane Ian!

Allied Technologies

Mike Burgess

Great people make great companies! You won't find anyone as good as these guys. We highly recommend all the services they provide.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Civil engineers play a vital role in developing Southwest Florida’s private and public infrastructure. Our engineers take great pride in making sure that our civil engineering projects produce safe, reliable, and sustainable water resources for our partners.

We frequently work with Florida land developers and commercial contractors to help design and evaluate upcoming plans. Our team is familiar with both commercial and residential construction in the Port Charlotte and Fort Myers region. 

However, because of our specialized engineering process and team, we do not work with municipal projects.