Spicer Group, Inc. is introducing a ground-breaking service to our clients – one that is aimed at helping us continue being their go-to solutions provider by integrating the bleeding edge of technology with our core engineering practices.
Spicer Group responded to their clients expanding needs and broadened its core services to include Architecture. The Architectural Department is dedicated to conceiving creative solutions tailored to our client’s needs.
Our Community Planning Department is made of highly-educated planners who are also engaged with current planning and zoning trends and practices and are involved with the American Planning Association (APA) and the Michigan Association of Planning (MAP).
Spicer Group’s Construction Services team understands the importance of completing a construction project in a timely and efficient manner. We have been assisting clients with their construction projects for over 70 years.
Spicer Group’s licensed electrical engineers offer a diverse set of skills that are used in many different applications. They play essential roles in everything from the automation of dam control structures to the controls of a wastewater treatment plant.
Spicer Group is an ESRI Silver Tier Partner. Our GIS service area is rooted firmly in a strong foundation of ArcGIS, and is now at the heart of the way we operate our engineering, surveying and planning business.
We are proud to offer in-house landscape architectural services. Our state-licensed landscape architect plays an integral role in our planning and design projects and has the unique ability to identify with communities.
Using the Leica Pegasus 2 Mobile Mapping System, Spicer is now offering Mobile Mapping Services nationwide. Spicer is the first firm in North America to offer these services using the Pegasus Mobile Mapping System.
Our contribution to recreation design is a collaborative effort from professionals throughout our company—including our architects, civil engineers, landscape architects, structural engineers and transportation professionals.
Spicer Group uses single-beam and multi-beam sonar technology to collect high-density underwater topography of rivers, lakes, streams, and other bodies of water. This detailed 3D sonar data is useful for a variety of applications, including bridge scour analysis, hydraulic surveying and modeling, pre and post dredge volume calculation surveys, and other mapping solutions.
Spicer Group has an expert team of engineers and designers who specialize in providing quality design plans necessary before the construction of any project can begin – from a single building to an entire neighborhood or business park.
Our Structural team is a unique group of engineers and designers who are depended on throughout the company and by our clients. They work daily with many other groups and provide important structural advice and design solutions.
The Spicer survey team has the capacity to mobilize up to 15 survey crews at any given time to meet the project requirements of local, county and state governmental agencies, as well as private, institutional, industrial and commercial clients.
This team is made up of specialized MDOT-prequalified engineers and designers that are experienced in performing detailed designs for roads, highways, and bridges, as well as identifying effective solutions for traffic and safety issues.
We have engineers and construction administration professionals in-house who focus entirely on the design, installation and maintenance of all the important components involved with collection and treatment systems including sewers, pump stations and treatment plants.
We have assisted many communities with the planning, design and construction of their water distribution systems, and we continue to assist them with preparing for future growth by identifying necessary improvements and expansions.
Our experience in water resources and management services is unparalleled. We provide solutions to storm and surface water issues for lakes, rivers, wetlands, and watershed management, working beside federal and state agencies, drain commissioners and municipalities.