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First Place – Crockett Engineering

2608 N. Stadium Blvd. | 573-447-0292

Opened in 1985, Crockett Engineering is an engineering consulting firm that provides civil engineering, land surveying, and structural engineering services. Crockett executes projects from single-family residential to high-density mixed use developments and from commercial to industrial. One of their current projects is working with American Campus Communities to develop the U Centre on Turner Avenue. Today, the firm works in nearly 25 states across the country. The team, led by partners Tim Crockett, Nathan Eckhoff, and Greg Linneman, was named the chamber’s Small Business of the Year in 2012.
 

Second Place – THHinc McClure Engineering

1901 Pennsylvania Drive | 573-814-1568


Trabue, Hansen & Hinshaw is a civil and structural engineering firm serving the Midwest and the world. The company merged in 2015 with Iowa-based firm McClure Engineering Company to form THHinc McClure Engineering. This year, THHinc celebrates 20 years in business.

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