In every project, we see more than meets the eye.
It’s what we call project potential, and it means that we go beyond the basic step by step approach to discover what’s possible.
Whether it’s navigating regulatory issues, streamlining the permit process or getting out in front of issues before they become a problem, our goal is to get more value out of your project.
Guess that’s why clients have trusted our engineering, surveying, and landscape architecture services for more than 55 years.
Comprehensive Capabilities That Deliver More
No more scheduling three different meetings to review progress with engineers, surveyors and landscape architects. All the services you need are under one roof.
By bringing an integrated team of engineers, surveyors and landscape architects in at the front end, your project goes smoother, faster and your budget stays leaner.
Working together, our experienced team of specialists know how all the pieces fit together to assure your project is successful every time.
Construction of the Silver Hawk Water System began in 2007 with the drilling of the well. The Group A water supply system plan includes hydraulic analysis, source, storage capacity analysis, water right analysis, and a comprehensive system design analysis.
Such a range of services is not unique. However, what is singular about Hatton Godat Pantier is that our portfolio reflects our continuing commitment to bring each project to its optimum development.
Hatton Godat Pantier provided civil engineering design for grading, drainage, water distribution, sanitary sewer regional pump station and conveyance systems, and street illumination. Additionally, Hatton Godat Pantier provided landscape design service for all common area improvements and street section landscape amenities. Hatton Godat Pantier also has provided construction support services, including document closeouts, construction and final subdivision surveying, and preparation of final subdivision and dedication deed documents.
One of the Northwest’s premier country clubs, Indian Summer offers high- end amenities and spectacular views of Mount Rainier, coupled with the challenge of a Peter Thompson designed par 72 courses. After construction, Hatton Godat Pantier was brought in to provide site surveying to identify and ensure that the course improvements were located within the actual property boundaries. Additionally, it was necessary to complete an ALTA (American Land Title Association) survey to provide assurances to a lender that the layout of the course on the ground conformed with property designations.