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530 E. Ohio Street, Suite G
Indianapolis, IN 46204
11 Municipal Drive, Suite 300
Fishers, IN 46038
CEC Indianapolis was established in 1998. We currently provide services in civil engineering, surveying, landscape architecture, ecological sciences, cultural resources, and environmental engineering. We’re most active in the real estate, oil and gas, power, and public sector markets. Our civil engineering and surveying practices have a wide range of expertise completing work on numerous mixed-use, residential, commercial, educational, industrial, and institutional projects. Our ecological group provides endangered bat surveying services throughout the United States. We’re also growing our already-strong cultural resources group that provides archaeological investigations, National Register of Historic Places eligibility determinations, archival research, and more throughout the Midwest. We are continuing to expand our environmental capacity and expertise. In 2022, that growth continued as Hamilton Designs joined CEC. We are able to provide our clients more expertise, more resources, and more capacity to continue to serve our expanding client base. It also means more convenience, with a new office location in Fishers. Our clients have long relied on CEC for high-quality service and rock-solid results. We strive to be your trusted advisor.
CEC Indianapolis is #21 on the Indianapolis Business Journal’s list of the “Largest Indianapolis-Area Environmental Consulting Firms.”
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Our office is in downtown Indianapolis; there’s a lot of activity within walking distance and we frequently walk to lunch with co-workers. The vibe in the office is energetic. Several employees enjoy nearby breweries for after-hours festivities. We have a good mix of young and experienced employees.
We’ve volunteered with Keep Indianapolis Beautiful on multiple occasions by assisting with area clean-up efforts and tree plantings. A group of our employees has helped to prepare meals at Lucas Oil Stadium, and we’ve also held an office-wide donation effort for Wheeler Mission, a local not-for-profit.