• Welcome to A&Z Engineering

    A&Z Engineering, LLC is a multi-disciplined civil engineering firm focused on providing our clients Professional Engineering Services of the highest quality and value. We have experienced professional engineers, and designers providing transportation/civil engineering, and transportation planning services in Indiana. A&Z Engineering LLC thrives on providing honest, highly competitive, and timely engineering services. Our office is located in the Wallen Hills office complex at the Northwest corner of Coldwater Road & Wallen Road in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

A&Z Adds to staff

A&Z would like to announce the addition of two new staff members:

Paul Bercot has joined the A&Z family as a “Resident Project Representative (RPR) and Construction Inspector.  Paul brings over 6 years of construction experience to the staff

Chanchai Hocharoen, P.E. has joined A&Z as a Project Manger.  Chanchai’s 30 plus years of experience in civil and transportaion engineering will extremely enhance and strengthen A&Z’s engineering department.

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A&Z Engineering has been selected by Allen County to perform Engineering Design Services and Right-of-Way Engineering Services for the Bethel Rd., Till Rd. & Huguenard Rd. intersection improvements project. This project consists of proposed roadway re-alignment and intersection reconfiguration utilizing a roundabout type intersection to improve the safety and traffic operations.

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A&Z Engineering was recently featured in an article in the October 2010 issue of Business People Magazine.

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Two projects that A&Z recently administered Construction Inspection Services for; St. Joe Center Road Improvements in Fort Wayne and County Road 61 Improvements in Dekalb County, have won the 2010 Excellent Concrete Pavement awards from ACPA (American Concrete Pavement Association). St. Joe Center Road also won the National Silver Award from the ACPA for Urban Arterials & Collectors category for 2010.

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A&Z Engineering was selected by the City of Fort Wayne to provide Construction Inspection Services for Capital Improvements projects through 2011, as well as being selected by Allen County Highway Department for Construction Inspection Services for the Flutter Road project currently under design.

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A&Z Engineering has been selected to perform Engineering Design Services and Right-of-Way Engineering Services for the City of Fort Wayne’s trail project along Covington Road to the bridge over I-69.

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  • Current Projects

    Maplecrest Road

    The Maplecrest Road Improvements Project between the Georgetown Plaza area and the newly opened section of Maplecrest Road south of Lake Avenue is nearing design completion. Right-of-way acquisition is nearly complete and final plans will be submitted in 2013. The project is being funded with both local funds and federal surface transportation program funds administered through the Northeastern Regional Coordinating Council (NIRCC) and the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT).

    City of Fort Wayne Inspection

    A&Z is performing Construction Inspection Services for the numerous City of Fort Wayne Capital Improvements program. A&Z will provide Resident Project Representative (RPR) services and other general inspection services under an "On-Call arrangement" with the Fort Wayne City Utilities division.

    Bethel/Till/Huguenard Intersection

    A&Z is nearing completion of design tasks for the new intersection and realignment of Huguenard Road, Till Road & Bethel Road that will include a 'round-about' type intersection. Federal funds thru the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) were utilized for all phases of the project.

    Flutter Road

    A&Z's design team has completed the design for the Flutter Road Reconstruction project from the Maplecrest Road and St. Joe Road intersection, east to Schwartz Road. Utility relocation is underway and construction activities will begin in July 2013. Significant safety improvements will be included in this project such as; 12 foot travel lanes, 8' asphalt shoulders, and removal of numerous dangerous sight-distance deficiencies. Significant storm drainage improvements will be made throughout the corridor including a new three-span bridge structure, replacement of a large concrete box structure, in conjunction with roadside ditches and new storm sewers.