C2C Design Group is a full-service Civil Engineering, Design and Consulting firm located in Reading, PA that provides planning and design services for companies and clients. We service the Berks, Schuylkill, Lehigh Valley, Lancaster, Lebanon, Chester, Montgomery and surrounding counties area. C2C includes projects in areas such as civil engineering, land surveying, construction surveying, land planning, mapping services, and project management for land developers, builders and governmental entities. Our primary goal is to help our clients make informed and confident decisions for their buildings and infrastructure to help them achieve their final goal.
A proud subsidiary of Forino Co., L.P., C2C Design Group was introduced in 2015 in an effort to highlight the talents and skills of the Company’s Staff of Engineers, Surveyors, Landscape Architects and Designers. C2C Design Group offers a broad range of expertise refined in years of experience supporting the Forino Company’s Land Development and Construction Divisions. Our close relationship with Forino’s team of experienced land development and construction professionals allows our Firm to draw upon real world experience to provide real world solutions.
We understand that each project we undertake is uniquely vital to our clients overall goals; and therefore just important to our Firm, regardless of size or scope. C2C Design Group creates practical solutions which balance resources and regulation to achieve the desired outcome delivered in a professional, efficient and economical manner within the industries ever changing regulatory environment. We strive to be a part of its successful completion and look to build relationships with our clients that will help us better understand their individual needs and goals.
We invite you to let us take part in the success of your next project and see the difference we can make when you allow our staff to guide your project from “Concept to Construction” the C2C Way.
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