Radin champions shared vision and ownership of projects with our clients to offer solutions that are efficient, technology-driven and improve our customers’ satisfaction with our services. Radin does meaningful work to make a difference in the planning, engineering and construction industry. This involves rethinking our needs in a new way and how we conduct our business. We strive to be to be a leader by providing quality service that is innovative, doable, and can meet schedule and budget requirements. We build partnerships that evolve into long-term relationships based on mutual professional respect, trust and integrity
Radin performs in a professional manner and with the highest ethical values. We hire planners, engineers, scientists and construction personnel who bring their expertise and passion in the infrastructure industry to design and build projects. We work with federal, state and local governments to improve mobility and build neighborhoods and communities while offering sustainable, environmental-friendly options and solutions.
We have been providing this type of service for the past two decades and hope to continue re-inventing, and innovating by offering intelligent solutions into the next century.
Radin is certified as a Disadvantaged, Small, Woman and Minority-Owned Business enterprise (DBE, SBE, M/WBE) with the following states and entities:
District of Columbia
Port Authority – NY & NJ
From addressing transportation system needs that improve public safety and quality of life to planning and designing projects that minimize environmental impact, Radin strives to improve the communities in which it operates. Radin extends that focus beyond our work to support needs and opportunities in all our office and project locations. Radin helps protect the environment and natural resources through the work that we do and through internal efforts. Our projects include various environmental planning and protection projects. We are continuously updating and improving our own internal sustainability protocols ranging from procurement decisions to building and technology improvements.