St. John & Associates, Inc. is a general civil engineering firm that provides professional planning and design services.

Our staff has extensive experience with master planning, site planning, roadway design, water system design, sewer system design, trail/park development, environmental permitting and other general civil disciplines. Our forward thinking design team offers the experience and know-how to implement designs in a cost- effective manner. St. John & Associates, Inc. will deliver a modern response to today’s engineering challenges in compliance with Federal, State and County laws, rules and regulations.

‘Duck Trails – New Paths Opens to the Public’ – The Cullman Times, August 4, 2016

‘In the end it worked out’, Local businesses look back on growth since tornado – The Cullman Times, April 24, 2016

St. John & Associates building featured in Commercial Building Products Magazine, Nov/Dec 2014, Vol. 19 No. 9

Duck River trails open to the public The Cullman Times, September 30, 2014

St. John & Associates building receives Brick Industry Association 2014 Gold Award

St. John & Associates building recognized with the 2014 AIA ALABAMA BRICK DESIGN AWARDS Southeast Region PRESIDENT’S AWARD – Cohen, Carnaggio and Reynolds.

‘Duck River: A Park Waiting to Happen’ – Good Life Magazine – Cullman County, Spring, 2014

St. John & Associates Tornado Reconstruction, ‘Rebuilt’ – ConcreteWorks, Winter 2014

St. John & Associates sponsors AIA presentation – Pierre Terblanche of Confederate Motors

Duck River Dam, ‘Phase 1 Complete’ – The Cullman Times, January 30, 2013

‘City eyes massive sewer project’- The Cullman Times, October 4, 2012

Barber Driving School

Project Spotlight

St. John & Associates designed the track layout and provided Civil Engineering design services to the Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama for the new Driving School Facility that has recently been completed. This project continues a long-term relationship between SJA and the Barber Motorsports Park that began with the Civil design of the track and museum campus in 2000.

 

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