CivTech is a consulting engineering firm specializing in traffic engineering, transportation planning, and traffic design. CivTech is focused on providing affordable, high quality design while continuing to deliver the highest level of service.

CivTech’s focus is the continuation of quality, cost effective designs tailored to each specific project for each Client. With five registered Professional Engineer’s on staff, CivTech has the capability to provide innovative and unique solutions for a wide variety of projects.

Cesar Chavez Street
Traffic Engineering

Since CivTech’s inception in 2002, Traffic Engineering has played an integral role at CivTech. To this day, CivTech remains as one of the largest true Traffic Engineering firms located in Arizona, analyzing and solving traffic-related issues for the accomplishment of safe and efficient traffic flow of both people and goods.

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Transportation Planning

CivTech was the first company in the state of Arizona to own and utilize the TransModeler program, the simulation component of TransCAD, further enabling advanced transportation planning efforts. CivTech has worked with TransModeler since its purchase of the program in 2008.

Transportation planning works to determine future transportation needs while also implementing those needs for a successful transportation system, to further evaluate and assess vehicular, pedestrian, and bicycle transport.

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Green Veloway
Traffic Design

CivTech has extensive traffic design experience and prides itself on providing the best service possible to its Clientele for projects relating to lighting design, traffic signals, signing, pavement marking, Intelligent Transportation Systems, and traffic control.

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