History & Firm Overview

About Us

Then

Now and thenDon Adams, founder of Delta Engineers, had a vision of a family-oriented firm where engineers could enjoy their work. In 1976, Don, with co-founder Ron Lake, established a firm under the name of Adams-Lake Engineers. As a small firm, Don’s vision began to unfold with a single civil engineering contract. That modest beginning has grown into what we know today as Delta Engineers, Architects, & Land Surveyors, DPC (Delta).

Now

Delta now delivers a diverse array of engineering, architectural, and land surveying services to public and private clients throughout the United States out of four locations. We have been providing practical, responsive, and innovative solutions to our clients since 1976. We are a seamless extension of our clients’ organizations. Delta’s core principles prioritize the needs of our clients, our employees, and the community.

Delta’s professional staff is divided into six distinct market sectors dedicated to the clients we serve: Architectural, Facilities, Transportation, Environmental, Specialty Precast*, and Survey and Mapping. Our multi-discipline services include civil, environmental, structural, mechanical, highway, traffic, bridge, electrical engineering, land surveying, and architectural design, all focused on our clients’ needs and requirements. The majority of our services are provided to repeat clients through term agreements and typically include: planning, code reviews, feasibility studies, new and restoration design, drawing preparation, construction specifications, cost estimating, commissioning, bidding documents, and construction administration and inspection.

* via our specialized precast company

Our Mission

Making a difference in the communities that we serve through: Providing responsive, collaborative, professional services; Enthusiastically volunteering our time and talents; We improve and grow through these endeavors, while taking time to recognize our accomplishments, appreciate our team members, and enjoy our journey.