Civil Construction Engineering

VHC Engineers is one of Melbourne’s leading engineering consultancies, with 35 years of industry experience and with more than 60,000 jobs completed during that time.

Our team is structured to handle a high volume of projects at any one time, and we have a proven track record of delivering solutions to medium and high volume project builders.

Civil engineering for the residential construction industry

VHC Engineers was established in 1984, and continues to offer cost-effective civil engineering solutions to project builders in the residential construction industry. Servicing Melbourne, Geelong and surrounding areas, our growing firm is also expanding into the suburbs around Bendigo, Ballarat and Traralgon.

We understand that builders want the most cost-effective engineering outcomes, and our combined years of experience allows us to deliver these outcomes whilst also maintaining high standards of integrity and accuracy. We look beyond armchair engineering and cookie-cutter solutions to arrive at the optimal outcome for each project.

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By doing this we optimise the clarity of the information, ensuring that LIS is constantly evolving and remaining relevant to current areas of development; as new data is included some of the old data is retired to alternative data sets.

We combine our extensive local experience with soil testing and real-world data from LIS to work towards the optimal outcome for every project. These insights are handed to our team, who are able to develop cost-effective and sustainable solutions.

A quick peek into part of our  report

LIS information improves the accuracy and relevance of Ys estimations/calculations.
Filled sites pose problems, one of which being where Clay fill originated from.
The nearby LIS data provides assistance in the evaluation of any imported fill.

LIS data allows us to make accurate comparisons between sites.

Data captured by LIS can report on deep clay zones in each site.
The data captured by LIS also reveals fill depth differences.