Making Clients Successful
We believe in creating solutions in collaboration with our clients that maintain integrated and holistic approaches while providing a lasting solution with value. We have worked closely with our clients and regulatory agencies to successfully plan, permit and implement projects ranging from simple and small in size to some of the largest and most complex management strategies in Palm Beach County.
We believe strongly in providing "face-to-face" communication with our clients, which allows us to build and maintain personalized relationships. We fully understand that in an era of rising maintenance costs and limited funding, it has become even more important for projected results to meet expectations. We are committed to making our clients successful by understanding their organization and challenges, and achieving their objectives through a multi-disciplined approach based on experience, innovation and teamwork.
Mock•Roos' project team philosophy is one of teamwork, which has resulted in our staff members being truly diverse in their experience and expertise. The comprehensive skills of our talented professionals create a challenging work environment that has no boundaries to where our staff's talent can lead them. Our spirit of teamwork and cooperation, paired with our "focus on production of the work" and our ability to adapt to client needs using malleable approaches, allows us to provide each client with the best in value on each and every project.
This philosophy has created an environment for our people to flourish and experience satisfaction. We are proud to say that this is one of the main reasons our current average employee tenure is over 17 years.
Mock•Roos offers significant experience and qualifications on thousands of infrastructure projects throughout South Florida. Our team members possess true diversity in their technical abilities, eliminating the organizational structure of "specific" departments. Mock•Roos provides consulting expertise in several disciplines including:
- Water Resources and Stormwater Management
- Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
- Surveying and Mapping
- Environmental and Agricultural Engineering
- Transportation Systems
- Public Works
- Land and Site Development
- Water and Wastewater Utilities
- Parks and Recreation