Zell Company is located in Avondale, Arizona.  It provides site and infrastructure design for the commercial real estate market.  Clients include real estate developers, architects, and national corporate clients.  They are  currently licensed in Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Texas and Nevada.
Zell Company's success is based on client service and consistently delivering well designed plans.
Zell Company's mission is to provide outstanding civil engineering consulting services to the Arizona commercial development community.  Mr. Zell sees each contract as an opportunity to create a mutually beneficial, long-term relationship between business partners.  This philosophy has previously served the company well since repeat business has accounted for approximately 80% of the owner's annual sales for the last 28 years.
Zell Company markets it services on quality of work and project schedule.  They prefer not sell their services on price.  By consistently delivering quality civil engineering plans and meeting a client's schedule, Mr. Zell has proven over the last 28 years that this business approach works in cultivating and establishing long term relationships with clients who share the same view "that you get what you pay for.
Zell Company, LLC provides professional consulting civil engineering services to architects, developers, owners, and corporate clients involved in the commercial real estate market.  These services include:
  • Preliminary and final grading and drainage plans.
  • Public and private water and sewer designs.
  • Private site fire line plans.
  • Hydrology and hydraulic analyses.
  • Public and private paving plans.
  • Storm Water Management Plans in conformance with NPDES regulations.
  • Site Design for custom home lots
What sets Zell Company apart from their competition is that the owner of the company designs each and every plan, and is available to the client to answer questions during design and construction.  This hands-on approach minimizes design errors and facilitates quick answers in the event questions arise from the field during construction.