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Sr. Civil Engineer
DK EngineerHesperia, CA
DKE specializes in urban infill and land development projects offering a wide range of civil engineering design services for multi-family residential, commercial, hospitality, and mixed-use sectors.
Sr. Civil Engineer
DK EngineerApple Valley, CA
DK Engineer, Corp (DKE) is a boutique civil engineering consulting firm that provides design and construction administration services for construction projects throughout Southern California.
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Sr. Civil Engineer
DK EngineerVictorville, CA
Scope of work ranges from overseeing preparation of site layout, grading, drainage, storm water quality, sustainable design, utility improvements, and off-site street & infrastructure improvements plans, conducting environmental impact studies, entitlement, and ADA code compliant site assessments.

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