“Engineering design solutions for tomorrow’s infrastructure.”
Northwest Consultants, Inc. (NCI) is a multi-disciplinary engineering firm established in 1985 and headquartered in Toledo, Ohio. In Ohio, we are recognized by various agencies in the State as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and Minority Business Enterprise (MBE). At NCI, our professional focus and commitment stem directly from our personal values. Integrity, respect for others, and dependable and accountable performance are tenets that guide our daily lives.
There are two groups of people that we owe our existence to today: Our Clients and our Professionals. Within each of these groups, it is the individual that has made the difference. They have provided us the opportunities to hone our knowledge and enabled us to expand. As we plan for the future, we implore you to keep challenging us. We want you to understand that our commitment to succeed is to you.
As an NCI client, you can expect integrity and responsible attention to detail. Each of our professionals represents the firm and you can always expect their professionalism. Developing our client relationships is very important to us, and we understand that maintaining these relationships depends on your satisfaction. Your feedback is crucial to ensuring that our services are always value-added.
Named a Point of Beginning Top 100 Company, NCI is constantly recognized for our devotion to our clients and high work standards.
Our experienced and qualified personnel include several Professional Engineers and Surveyors who are licensed in Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana. Our professionals are challenging the future with us because they see NCI as an opportunity for personal and professional growth. We are determined to give them that and much more!
We strive to always deliver top notch services, and this is evinced in recognition for our work. NCI and Parsons Brinckerhoff Michigan, Inc. (now a part of WSP) were awarded the Engineering Merit Award by ACEC (the American Council for Civil Engineering Companies) of Michigan for their work on the East Stadium Ann Arbor Bridges Replacement Project.
Funded by a TIGER II Discretionary Grant from the US Department of Transportation, the East Stadium Ann Arbor Bridges Replacement Project was a unique and high-profile project located in the heart of the University of Michigan’s campus, which included replacement of two bridges and many other features.