Meet the Greenway Environmental Team

Posted: Tuesday, May 10th, 2016

Our team of experts prides itself in providing professional, personal, and cost-effective services. Our services range from soil evaluation for drainfield approvals, alternative drainfield designs, wetland evaluations, alternative drainfield maintenance and monitoring inspections, and drainfield inspection for real estate transfers. We also have a state certified water and wastewater laboratory that can provide you with […]

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Greenway Engineering provides Civil Engineering services for SHEETZ, Inc.

Posted: Thursday, October 8th, 2015

GREENWAY ENGINEERING Inc. provides Civil Engineering services for SHEETZ, Inc. for the 2nd time, at same location in the Town of Stephens City. In 1992 Greenway Engineering Inc. prepared the 1st site plan for SHEETZ convenience store in the Town of Stephens City, Virginia. Once again, 23 years later, Greenway Engineering Inc. was contracted by […]

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Greenway Environmental: Camera and Location Services

Posted: Wednesday, May 27th, 2015

Greenway Environmental is pleased to announce their new camera and location services. A working septic system is an important function of any home. A failing septic system could result in significant repairs or a complete replacement of the system. It is typically recommended to inspect a system every 3 years and pump the septic tank […]

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Greenway Welcomes New Team Members

Posted: Monday, September 29th, 2014

Greenway Engineering continues to experience strong growth, hiring 4 full time employees and 1 engineering intern. We are excited to announce the following hires: Kyle M. Wilson, Surveying – Rod Man Amanda C. White, Lab Technician Robert A. Maphis, IT Specialist Nathaniel J. Dunham, Facilities Technician Benjamin, J. Zilke, Engineering Intern For more information on […]

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Greenway Project Featured in the Winchester Star

Posted: Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

One of Greenway’s latest projects, Doonbeg, a housing subdivision being constructed in Frederick County, was recently featured in the Winchester Star. The article applauded Greenway’s eco-friendly use of permeable road pavers instead of traditional asphalt or cement. Successfully communicated in the article was Greenway’s desire for creative and forward-thinking solutions in their field. The 5-acre […]

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