Civil Engineering-Land Development • Land Surveying • Utility & Infrastructure Design
Environmental Permitting • Planning • Landscape Architecture
Construction Administration Services
Baxter Nye Engineering & Surveying (BN) is an established firm originally founded in 1974, in the Village of Osterville, Massachusetts. In our over 40 years the company has expanded our capabilities and project scopes while remembering our roots. We bring seasoned professionals to the your project, with extensive experience working on the Cape, Islands, and Southeastern Massachusetts region. With BN, your project benefits from professional expertise and strong working knowledge of regulations and permitting processes. BN has a staff of professional, technical, and support personnel. Our staff includes licensed Professionals in Engineering, Land Surveying, and Wetland Science. The licensed Professional staff members combined have over 100 years of design experience. The remaining staff consists of project engineers, surveying and drafting technicians, survey field personnel and administrative support staff. In 2017 BN staff successfully completed well over 100 design projects, with an estimated construction value of over $150,000,000. BN’s range of projects covers the development spectrum from large scale commercial, industrial and residential developments, Municipal facilities and road projects, to individual residential lot improvements. BN utilizes current technology in performing the design and survey efforts. This includes plan preparation with AutoCAD and Carlson Civil Suite software packages. Design calculation software and GIS software is utilized for integrated designs and planning. Project files are shared interoffice via a central server and Local Area Network. BN provides cloud sites which allow ease of communication and information transfer with our clients and team members when large amounts of project information need to be conveyed. Our survey crews utilize Lieca RTK/GPS roving units, Lieca Total Stations and Topcon Robotic Stations for state of the art survey of field information, facilitating efficient gathering of existing site conditions information and accurate construction stakeout of proposed improvements.