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Clearview Land Design: Invested in Its Employees and Clients

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Clearview Land Design: Invested in Its Employees and Clients

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Clearview Land Design
ClearviewLand.com
Tampa

# 10 SMALL Company
2-TIME WINNER

Clearview Land Design is a civil engineering and land planning firm located in historic Ybor City.

Clearview partners, Toxey Hall, Jordan Schrader and Mike Smirch, focus the firm around providing engineering services to master planned communities. Clearview also provides engineering, land planning, landscape architecture, environmental, GIS, construction inspection, entitlement and platting services for commercial, industrial and urban infill land development.

Clearview’s company culture is respected among clients and peers, but most importantly, its 40 employees. The partners encourage community involvement and philanthropy. The team rallies annually to provide school supplies and other basic needs to local schools. Team-building events such as these promote the collaboration necessary for overall success.

In 2016 alone, Clearview performed engineering and planning services in more than 25 master planned communities. The leadership group invests in their employees, and that philosophy is definitely passed along to their clients. This team does whatever it takes to get the job done!

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