Welcome to the Meehan & Goodin Website. We are a
multi-disciplined design firm offering professional services in civil engineering, land
use planning, and all aspects of land surveying.
By seamlessly integrating these disciplines, we provide our clients
with a broader, proactive approach to their projects. We work with you to understand
your needs and available resources and to advise you in defining your goals.
Before you begin your next land development project, why not give
us a call and let us show you how providing the "complete
package" of services can help you succeed.
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|More Than You Would Expect...
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And Precisely What You Get.
|Do You Have Questions?
answers! We can answer your toughest questions, on project design,
specifications, permits, construction review and everything in between.
engineers and land surveyors are here to assist you whether you have a specific project in
mind, just need a problem solved, or simply have questions about a land use issue.
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Goodin newsletter has additional information about what's going on at our
company. Click the link below to download a copy of our latest newsletter. If
you would like us to send you a copy, give us a call or send us an email.
Winter 2015 Newsletter (325 KB PDF file)
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|NSPS Past President
||CREW CT Past President
||Survey Standards Here!
|Robert Dahn is the Past
President of the National Society of Professional Surveyors.
served as Area 1 Director and Vice President for NSPS and is a past president of the
Connecticut Association of Land Surveyors.
National Society of Professional
|Richard Meehan is the Past President
of CREW CT, The Real Estate Exchange, the Connecticut chapter of CREW Network, a
national association of 8000 members in 80 chapters representing the interests of women in
commercial real estate.
Richard had the distinction of being the first
male ever chosen to lead a local chapter.
|Follow these links to get a copy of the latest
Minimum Standard Detail Requirements for ALTA/ACSM Land Title Survey direct from the
You can also get a copy of the Connecticut Survey
Standards at the CALS website.