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Prudent Engineering, LLP provides quality, cost-effective engineering services to state and local governments, authorities and agencies; commercial businesses; and private-sector clients across New York State. Our project portfolio features experience in bridge, highway, and structural design; condition and safety inspection; civil and site engineering support; construction inspection and administration; and land/hydrographic survey and mapping services. With 52 full-time employees, Prudent has a staff of experienced and licensed engineers and licensed land surveyors, NICET-certified/equivalent construction inspectors, designers, and support staff. Prudent is headquartered in East Syracuse, New York, and maintains fully-staffed offices in Albany, Binghamton, Buffalo, and Rochester, New York. Our offices are positioned statewide to provide our clients and projects with immediate response and support.

In addition, Prudent provides construction inspection services in Pennsylvania, managed from our offices in the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia areas.



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Prudent News

11.08.2017

Prudent Named as Subconsultant on NYSDOT Statewide Railroad Bridge and Highway Bridge Load Rating Project

(EAST SYRACUSE, N.Y.) – Prudent Engineering LLP has been named as subconsultant for a Statewide Railroad Bridge Level I Load Rating and Highway Bridge Truss Gusset Plate Level II Load Rating project. The statewide contract focuses on performing Level I load rating f...

11.07.2017

Prudent Wins Prime Role on NYSTA CI Term for Support Services

(EAST SYRACUSE, N.Y.) – Prudent Engineering LLP has been named as the Prime Consultant for CI Support Services in the Syracuse Division of the New York State Thruway Authority (NYSTA). The contract concentrates on highway and bridge repair projects in in the Syracus...

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