Development Planning & Engineering

Civil Engineering • Transportation • Site Development • Land Surveying

Company Outing at Topgolf

Company Outing at Topgolf

At DPE, we enjoy our laid back, friendly office environment, but there is nothing like closing up shop, boarding a bus, and enjoying a hot afternoon in a shaded bay at Top Golf. With plenty of good food and drinks for all, we got away for a little team...

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Career Fair At Georgia Tech

Career Fair At Georgia Tech

DPE had a booth at the 11th annual ASCE and AEES Career Fair held at Georgia Tech! We gave away prizes, company mugs filled with goodies and a lot of insight into what makes our company run!

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Christmas Barbecue 2018

Christmas Barbecue 2018

We believe that the best way to say “thank you” is to show our gratitude.   What better way to show our gratitude, than face to face over great food?   On Friday, we held our Annual Christmas BBQ for our friends, team, clients and others who make our work...

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DPE’s 13th annual Thanksgiving Potluck

DPE’s 13th annual Thanksgiving Potluck

Each year, we gather for many occasions and most of them involve good food.  For our annual Thanksgiving Potluck lunch, we come together and bring our favorite holiday dishes from our own families and reflect on what we are most thankful for.  We are each thankful for...

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DPE Team Building

DPE Team Building

September 2014: DPE's entire staff completed Team Building exercises created by ATLANTA CHALLENGE involving  the importance of good planning, communication, and utilization of resources in order to achieve team success. Your team heads up into the landscape on an...

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Community Involvement

Community Involvement

City of Johns Creek - Public Works "Touch A Truck" 2016 DPE was proud to provide sponsorship support at the Johns Creek Annual Public Works Day, “Touch-A-Truck” event held this year on Saturday, May 21, 2016.  Please enjoy the City's video of event!   2015 GA Mountain...

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Stone Mountain Park Spillway

Stone Mountain Park Spillway

The old spillway was a straight concrete ramp pitched downhill at about a 35-degree angle. Designed in an age devoid of environmental concerns, this spillway system delivered varying volumes of water and hydraulic energy to the stream below it. During high runoff, the...

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