Geotech Incorporated is a full-service civil engineering and land surveying firm serving clients throughout northeastern Illinois since 1966. Our staff is committed to providing consistent communication, innovation design solutions, and a collaborative approach to efficiently guide the project through the planning, plan preparation, permitting, and construction phases of development. This commitment to professional excellence has garnered a loyal following of repeat clients for the firm over the last 50 years!
Our principals and project managers are actively involved in the planning, design, and permitting phases; bringing experience and expertise to each project. The majority of our team has been practicing in the Will County area for at least 20 years and have developed key relationships with various communities, permitting authorities, contractors, and design professionals. The experience and leadership of our management team, summarized below, provides our clients confidence their project is in good hands.
Chris is a licensed Professional Land Survey in Illinois and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering Technology from Southern Illinois University. In addition to overseeing the preparation of various plats by the survey department, Chris is also active with the Illinois Professional Land Surveyors Association, serving on various board and committees at both the local chapter and state levels. Chris was selected to serve as a co-editor for the Illinois Boundary Law Book (2013 Edition) and is often consulted to provide assistance on complicated boundary and legal description issues.
Tom holds Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Civil Engineering from the University of Iowa and is a licensed Professional Engineer in Illinois. Tom has over 20 years of experience in the design of site improvements, underground utilities, and storm water management systems for a wide array of residential, commercial, and industrial projects. In addition to his consulting experience, Tom as also served as the Chief Subdivision Engineer for Will County Land Use and as the Director of the Will County Stormwater Management Committee.
Redevelopment an approximately 30-acre parcel, previously owned by Caterpillar, to provide an approximately 56,000 square foot building with driver services and maintenance bays and 300 trailer parking stalls for Werner’s over-the-road fleet.
Prepared site improvement plans for the site infrastructure associated with the Cafeteria & Student Commons Addition to the existing Providence High School building in New Lenox.
An affordable housing community, by the Housing Authority of Joliet, consisting of 68 single family and townhouse style homes plus a community center. The Des Plaines Gardens apartments, first built in 1956, were demolished and the property was redeveloped to provide the required infrastructure for the 68 new homes.