Woodson Engineering &
Surveying, Inc.

124 N. Elden Street
Flagstaff, AZ 86001-5262

Phone: 928-774-4636
FAX: 928-774-4646

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Communities By Design Since 1994

Woodson Engineering and Surveying, Inc. is a multi-disciplinary firm engaged in land surveying, land planning and civil engineering throughout Arizona. At Woodson Engineering we realize that service to our clients is our most important marketing tool. Service, along with local knowledge and regional experience of our personnel, and the state-of-the-art equipment that is available to our staff, leads to the successful completion of quality projects. Woodson Engineering is unique in its ability to successfully work with both private developers and public agency clients. 

July, 2015 Newsletter

It's an exciting time at Woodson...see why in our latest newsletter

Three Locations Serving Northern Arizona

Woodson Engineering serves clients throughout northern Arizona with three office locations in Flagstaff, Winslow and Prescott. 

Woodson Elected ASCE President Elect 2015

Mark W. Woodson, P.E., L.S., F.ASCE, has been elected to the position of American Society of Civil Engineers President-Elect 2015. See more information at http://blogs.asce.org/woodson-is-new-president-elect-23-other-national-officers-elected/


Featured Projects

Residential Development
Woodson's surveying team has completed over 35 subdivisions in Flagstaff including a 350-acre site which was largest in the City.

Commercial Development
We provided construction plans for the Marriott Hotel which included the first large scale commercial water harvesting project in Flagstaff.  The water harvesting used the below grade storm run-off detention system and tied the storage tanks to the irrigation system.

Industrial Development
Woodson's team provided planning, surveying and engineering services for the first permitted wind energy facility in Arizona - 640-acre site near the City of Kingman.

Public Works
Our project for the City of Winslow's "Renaissance on Route 66" Phase II was awarded Public Works Project of the Year in the Historic Renovation/Restoration category, by the American Public Works Association's Arizona Chapter.