Our diversified projects vary from site and boundary surveys to subdivision design. Phase I of the plan was to hire an. Ease of Doing Business Superior civil engineering, surveying and consulting services are just the beginning. Barrington couples old-fashioned hard work with today's latest technological tools.


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  City Mentor, OH
  Zip Code 44060
  Address 9114 Tyler Boulevard
  Phone Number (440) 946-1761

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Barrington Consulting Group provides a continuum of civil engineering and surveying consulting services. Whatever services you need, Barrington Consulting Group has a solution to meet your requirements. Let our team of expertly trained and qualified professionals handle your next civil engineering project or land survey. Led by David W. Novak, P.S. No. 7507, President of Barrington Consulting Group, our engineers are among the top professionals in the industry. Mr. Novak is a Registered Professional Land Surveyor with the Ohio Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Surveyors.


Founded in 1983, Barrington Consulting Group is an Ohio-registered engineering and surveying company. We have been servicing clients in Lake, Geauga, Cuyahoga, Lorain, Summit, Portage, and Ashtabula counties for more than 30 years. Today we are licensed in four states - Ohio, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Our engineers provide clients with quick and accurate responses to their questions and directives, giving them the individual service and personal attention they deserve. Trust, reliability, excellence, and our valued customers provide the foundation upon which our impeccable reputation among clients and peers is built.


Barrington Consulting Group has the know-how to get your project completed on time and with a keen eye on your budget. Conceptual Planning: Determine location of proposed site improvements. Plan to be based on existing public records, position structures, pavement areas, utilities, service connections and any special anticipated site concerns and improvements. Topographical survey defines the elevation of the site and utilities and site features relative to a known datum. Location survey determines the relative location of the site features like utilities, pavement and structures to site boundary.