Petry Engineering, LLC, was formed in 2008 by a group of professionals who had spent nearly two decades working together in the northern New Jersey engineering field. Our experienced professional staff includes civil and structural engineers, land surveyors, and wetlands scientists who have been responsible for a diverse cross-section of project types throughout their careers. The firm was established with a vision of working principals and minimized overhead to provide for cost-effective services for our clients. It operates with a goal of providing sound engineering solutions with personal service.

With a substantial repeat client base, Petry Engineering, LLC has proven that our vision and our goals are keenly focused on today's economic climate. Our firm provides services to both the public and private sectors throughout the state. We offer services in the following fields:

  • Site Development
  • Parks and Recreation
  • Roadway and Intersection Improvements
  • Drainage and Utility Improvements
  • Wetland Delineations and Permitting
  • Structural Evaluations
  • Structural Design
  • Construction Support
  • Planning and Land Evaluation

If you are looking for personal assistance from an experienced group of design professionals to guide your project from inception to completion, Petry Engineering, LLC can help.
Contact us today.

      Repeat Clients Include:

  • Township of West Orange
  • Township of Montclair
  • Township of Verona
  • Township of Millburn
  • Borough of Glen Ridge
  • Borough of Wanaque
  • Julie Anne Cecere Architect, LLC
  • John M. Reimnitz Architect, PC
  • Tower Architecture
  • Sionas Architecture
  • Triad Engineers
  • Pellegrino Construction
  • The Shauger Group

       

  • Pugliese Pools
  • Jack Finn Builders
  • Kaypark Homes
  • Paragon Development
  • Kriegman & Smith, Inc.
  • Hartz Mountain Industries
  • Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation
  • Caldwell University
  • The Manor Restaurant
  • Valley National Bank
  • Shop Rite of West Caldwell
  • Claridge House II