Orin Bennett began providing Civil Engineering Services in the Sacramento region in 1971. After serving as Project Manager for a large international engineering company, he opened his own practice in 1977, providing services to cities, counties and special districts.
In 1995, Mr. Bennett partnered with MHM, Inc. operating the Roseville office for more than twelve years. Mr. Bennett recently purchased MHM, Inc.’s share of the Roseville office and began operations as Bennett Engineering Services. MHM, Inc. and Bennett Engineering Services will continue their long association with the strengths and resources of the two firms available when needed to meet the special needs and demanding time schedules of our clients throughout the region.
Bennett Engineering Services focusing on providing the highest level of service, and is extremely sensitive to meeting client needs in terms of time, budget, and scope. Our high volume of repeat business is a testament to our value as a trusted partner and our versatility in filling multiple roles.
Our clients benefit from Bennett Engineering Services’ ability to engage and communicate with local stakeholders while keeping the project goals in focus. This is shown by the team’s long-term experience in the Sacramento area serving Cities, Counties, special districts, private companies, and other professionals, in the Placer, Sacramento, Yolo, Nevada, Yuba, Sutter, and El Dorado County area.
Our team’s strengths include providing professional civil engineering and surveying services for public works projects from the planning phase through project startup. Bennett Engineering Services' strengths include:
- Experience and flexibility to effectively partner with subconsultants and clients.
- Team members with many years of public agency and project coordination experience.
- All projects are directed by experienced, principal-level staff.
- Extensive plan and map checking experience.
- A commitment to meeting time requirements and responding to requests.
- A low-overhead, competitive rate structure