L. S. Engineering, Inc. - Grand Rapids/Greenville, Michigan, USA

History

In 1998 L.S. Engineering, Inc. (LSE) was founded by Carol Smith, P.E. in Greenville, Michigan.  LSE originally specialized in construction engineering oversight including inspection, testing, and project documentation for federally and state-funded road and bridge construction projects throughout Michigan.  LSE continues to provide these construction-related services for the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and local government agencies.  Projects in which LSE has been involved range from the $100 million S-curve reconstruction project in downtown Grand Rapids to the Fred Meijer Heartland Trail rural non-motorized path construction projects in Montcalm and Gratiot counties.  In 2004 LSE purchased Scott Civil Engineering Company, a well-established, well-respected bridge design company when Mr. Robert H. Scott, P.E. decided to enjoy semi-retirement.  Building on this additional expertise and years of experience, LSE range of services has grown to include many transportation-related specialties ranging from bridge design to litigation support.  Details of the variety of services we provide are provided throughout our website.