We just made Engineering Awesome.

Really Awesome.

Enginuity Consulting is a premier Civil Engineering consulting firm. We specialize in Site Design, conceptualization and permitting. Our team members know how to successfully design, manage, and finish your construction renovation or new development.

We’re tired of the same old same old. We utilize every resource at our disposal, we’re tech saavy, yet have one foot in tried and tested ways. Balanced, Value, Responsiveness.

Our Promise

100 Satisfaction
100 Quality
100 On Time

There’s talk, and then there’s action.

Guess which we do?

In an age of hype, slick presentations, and even slicker marketing, we let our actions do the talking. We’re straightforward, honest, and fair. How does this play out on your project? You get honest advice on what is actually required. No inflating the budget because we want to be busier, in fact we talk a lot of potential clients out of using an engineering firm or a service for what they think they need. We sleep better that way.


Technology doesn’t push us. We push Technology.

Enginuity Consulting uses tried and true methods, but we supplement them with efficient useful technology. We don’t just use it for the sake of using it. We understand it, mold it, and customize it to create our quality product for you.


It’s not just a buzz word anymore. What are the regulations? What’s practical? What’s approvable? We have the answers. Not only have we been doing it for years, we have LEED Certified, Licensed engineers who love BMP’s. Let us figure out the best options for your project.

Latest Enginuity Blog posts

San Diego’s Most Dangerous Intersections

A new study from Estey Bomberger sheds light to the top dangerous intersections in San Diego. Weak lighting, blind spots, and poorly maintained roadways and sidewalks have major impacts on the increasing numbers of intersection collisions within the county. According the Estey Bomberger’s analysis, from 2010-2016, the number of recorded pedestrian collision accidents have jumped […]

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Rising Sea Levels & Urban Planning

With rising water levels, cities are developing innovative approaches for urban planning to protect neighborhoods who are most vulnerable to flooding. To tackle one of the largest outcomes of climate change, rising sea levels, architects, urban planners and engineers around the world are designing solutions. Boston is the latest US city to take action. The […]

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Women in Construction

“The traditional labor pool of young, white men who are the children of construction workers does not exist anymore. They went to college,” University of Massachusetts Labor Resource Center Director of Research Susan Moir said. With less men on the work site, women are beginning to take lead. Men are stepping into different career paths […]

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