117 Seaboard Lane, Suite E-100
Franklin, TN 37067
CEC Nashville opened in 1998 with the acquisition of a small transportation engineering firm. After the acquisition, CEC Nashville’s connection to the transportation industry remained a large focus of our business, but our client base also diversified. Our current market sector groups are broadly divided among public sector, real estate, and solid waste, with a smaller presence in mining, power, and manufacturing.
Our office provides services in civil/site engineering, geotechnical engineering, landscape architecture, survey/geospatial, ecological sciences, waste management, environmental engineering, and water resource engineering. We specialize in ecosystem restoration, mitigation banking, listed species, wetland and stream determinations, floodplain management and modeling, MS4 permits and compliance, wastewater engineering, solid waste management, site planning and engineering design, landscape architecture, due diligence services, survey, municipal engineering and infrastructure, and construction inspection services.
The atmosphere in the office is very much family-oriented. There are two prerequisites for working here: You must care about the people working next to you and you must have a sense of humor! Our social opportunities for staff include an annual Christmas party, Friday afternoon staff mixers, and annual staff/family outings such as picnics and Nashville Sounds baseball games.
Our clients aren’t just “clients”—they’re our friends. Golf outings, sporting events, and concerts with clients are encouraged. Ask us about our annual Pig and Pearls client appreciation event!
We at CEC Nashville strongly support community outreach and volunteerism. We regularly participate in events such as stream clean-ups, tree plantings, charity golf outings and races, and Habitat for Humanity. We exhibit at the Brentwood Environmental Education Day, the Water for Life Festival, and the Stones River Waterfest, which all promote environmental education. We also partner frequently with the Cumberland River Compact.