RALEIGH, N.C. – Robert Macia, PE, LEED AP, president of Stewart Engineering (http://www.stewart-eng.com), has announced the release of a podcast discussing the benefits associated with the firm's use of SITEOPS software. The software offers civil engineers, landscape architects and land developers the opportunity to conduct rapid site selection assessments, determine whether buildings, drives or parking are feasible for a particular site, and design conceptual layouts in 3D. In the podcast, John Jenkins, vice president and director of land development, speaks to the unique features of SITEOPS and the ways in which the software will set Stewart Engineering apart from competitors. The podcast is available to download at http://bit.ly/IPwDKp.
"SITEOPS is almost like using a super computer," said Jenkins. "It allows Stewart to design a site that provides our clients with the twin benefits of the lowest possible cost and lowest possible risk, which are goals difficult if not impossible to achieve using typical CAD software."
ABOUT STEWART ENGINEERING:
Stewart Engineering provides engineering, technical and design services in the areas of structural, civil, geotechnical and transportation engineering, landscape architecture, surveying, construction services and greenway design. With a corporate office located in Raleigh, N.C., and a branch office in Charlotte, N.C., Stewart Engineering is well-positioned to serve its diverse client base, which includes area architects, private developers, contractors, municipalities, universities, hospitals, community colleges and the North Carolina Department of Transportation. The firm's accolades include an EDGE award from Triangle Business Journal, the Pinnacle Award for Growth and Stability from the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, and multiple awards from the American Council of Engineering Companies of North Carolina including the 2012 Grand Conceptor Award. Stewart Engineering employs 90 people and is certified as a Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) owned and controlled by minority, women, disabled or disadvantaged owners. For more information, visit http://www.stewart-eng.com.