• Railroad Repair Shops
    railcar shop planning and construction
    to retrofit tank cars for new DOT-111 rule
  • Rail Engineering
    Track design, grade crossing design,
    track inspections, project management and more
  • Building Bridges
    Bridge design and inspection,
    FRA bridge capacity and load rating

Why choose Crouch Engineering?

Railroad Engineering Experience

Railroad Engineering Experience

Decades of experience in railway focused turnkey engineering; our focus is and will continue to be on railroads and their customers.

Railroad Contractor Responsiveness and Availability

Responsiveness and Availability

Our survey teams and project engineers are ready to respond to emergency situations on short notice, able to deploy to virtually anywhere in the United States in a few hours.

Value Engineering for Railroads

Putting "Value" in Value Engineering

A proven track record of creative, intelligent thinking with a focus on saving the client time and money.

Meeting All Your Railroad Engineering Needs

Crouch Engineering is a recognized industry leader, railroad contractor and the go-to engineering firm for many railroads, private industries and government agencies throughout North America and internationally. Crouch Engineering delivers a broad spectrum of railway engineering services with experience and expertise.

railroad engineering services

Railway engineering

Crouch Engineering is a recognized industry leader, railroad contractor and the go-to engineering firm for many railroads, private industries and government agencies throughout North America and internationally. Crouch Engineering provides expert support for track inspections, track design, passenger and commuter rail planning, grade crossing design and track construction project management.

Bridges

Whether you need bridge design support, bridge inspections, bridge load rating analysis, bridge construction project management, Crouch Engineering can deliver. Crouch Engineering developed our SmartLine™ FRA Compliance program to meet the new requirements of the FRA's Bridge Safety Standards (49 CFR, Parts 213 and 237).

Railroad repair shops

Crouch Engineering's service team is ready to support your new railcar shop planning and construction in order to retrofit tank cars in compliance with the new DOT-111 rule. Other services include locomotive repair shop design and facility renovations and expansions.

Surveying and mapping

Crouch Engineering uses the latest technology for the preparation of right-of-way maps, location maps for plans, track charts, conceptual plans, GIS maps, PTC Ground Surveys, verification surveys for compliance with FRA PTC rules, and more.

Public Projects

Conserving the public expenditure of resources, and preserving the railroads’ assets, current use, current operating speeds and capacity, and future use of the right-of-way in a safe manner are our primary objectives.

Other services

Crouch Engineering delivers a host of other services including environmental permitting, geotechnical studies and design, civil site design, hydraulic and hydrologic analyses, utility research and design and construction project management.


Engineering services case studies

Crouch Engineering has completed hundreds of successful railway engineering projects for railroads all across the United States. We have selected a few of our projects to feature with case studies, do demonstrate the value our services can provide.

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Petersburg, VA – New Main Line Tracks and Bypass of Autoramp - Amtrak

The original concept design for the St. Julian Wye and Amtrak servicing facility included a new wye track, tying into the Norfolk Southern Railway main line twice. Read more

Mobile, AL Redesign of South Yard

Crouch Engineering performed survey; track, grading, and drainage design; permitting; erosion control plans; coordination with the City and ADEM; bid phase; and construction staking for the reconstruction of Norfolk Southern Railway's South Yard. Read more

Hartsville, SC Railroad Yard Relocation

The City of Hartsville wanted the South Carolina Central Railroad to move its office and railroad yard from downtown so that a green space could be created, joining the Governor’s School and the campus of Coker College. Read more