Snyder & Associates is a multidisciplinary engineering, planning, and design firm serving clients throughout the Midwest and nationwide with 12 office locations in five states. Since the firm’s inception in 1977, we’ve focused on building long-term client relationships through responsive, personal service and right-sized solutions. We think beyond engineering, striving to improve quality of life within the communities we serve and call home.
Complex challenges and constrained resources, don’t break our stride—they inspire us. As a result, 94 percent of our clients continue to trust us as an extension of their staff.
With more than 100 transportation engineers, planners, traffic specialists, right-of-way agents, and design technicians on our team, we pave the way for safe, efficient transportation solutions.
Our firm was founded with municipality needs in mind and has evolved to meet the growing needs of our clients. We work as an extension of staff for our client communities, building relationships that have lasted for decades.
We take the responsibilities associated with water resources seriously and are prepared to help you address any challenge you face with a dedicated team of engineers and environmental scientists.
Engaging public spaces promote activity, access, and healthy lifestyles for people of all ages and physical abilities. With a focus on enhancing community quality of life, we’ll help you create unique and inviting public spaces.
A creative, cost-conscious approach to planning drives our land development team. As an advocate on your behalf, we work to make the best use of available land, maximize investment dollars, and exceed expectations to ensure your needs are met.
Shuck-Britson, a subsidiary of Snyder & Associates, provides full-service structural engineering services. Since 1966, we’ve utilized right-size solutions to overcome structural challenges and bring our client’s visions to life.
Snyder & Associates hosted a presentation from David Swenson, Associate Scientist for the Department of Economics at Iowa State University. His presentation included research-based insights on current economic conditions. Key topics included: National and Iowa economies Metro and non-metro outcomes Key social/demographic factors The fiscal health of Iowa’s larger cities Contributions to Sustainable & Vibrant […]
Gathering Feedback to Guide Corridor Improvements Polk County and the Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) have partnered to review traffic operations, safety, and future corridor goals for IA 141 and IA 415 in northwest Polk County. The first public information meeting was held on Tuesday, March 27 and conducted using an open forum format. Polk […]