CivilGEO Inc. was created for the most demanding and discerning civil engineers -the professionals that look for the most intuitive and stream-lined software available. From a technological and user perspective, the existing solutions were antiquated, segregated, and expensive.
In late 2010, a core team of passionate and capable civil engineers and software developers set out to fill the gap that engineers face on a daily basis. The entire team at CivilGEO is fanatical about building engineering tools that help civil engineers complete their work more quickly and accurately.
Our customers include a wide range of engineering firms, from single person to large global corporations. Since our software’s earliest release, our customers have helped drive our developmental roadmap. We are proud to say that these customers continue to shape our product today.
Our support team is second to none, with specific engineering expertise in civil engineering and a dedication to superior customer service. We use various technologies, including a toll-free telephone number, email support, forums, and an extensive support library to ensure that the answers to your questions are always within close reach.
Our Civil Engineering Software
Learn more about our advanced 3D civil engineering software for river modeling—GeoHECRAS.
Section 508 Compliance Statement
Our software products are covered under Sub-section 1194.21 (Software Applications and Operating Systems) of Section 508 and is fully compliant with the guidelines set forth in Section 508.
Data Confidentiality Agreement
At CivilGEO we understand your desire to maintain your project data as confidential. To know more, read our data confidentiality agreement.
Code of Business Ethics
At CivilGEO, we believe that practicing and promoting ethical behavior benefits all. Honesty and integrity foster a positive working environment, strengthening stakeholders’ confidence.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Effective May 25th, 2018, the European Union (EU) has imposed a stringent yet essential law to protect the fundamental right to privacy of EU residents. The law is called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).