Established in 1998, Our staff of 20 provides a diverse background and wide range of technical skills and experiences. This diversity allows us to tailor our project team to each client and project’s specific needs. We are licensed civil and environmental engineers with five licensed Professional Engineers, a Certified Wetland Scientist, and a Certified Professional Hydrogeologist on staff.

With offices in East Middlebury and Rutland, VT, OCE has designed and administered the construction of hundreds of municipal infrastructure projects throughout the State, and over the past year, we have worked on projects in each corner of the State.


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OCE’s Andrew Sample Earns Professional Wetland Scientist Certification

OCE is pleased to announce that Andrew Sample has earned his Professional Wetland Scientist Certification and will hereby be referred to as Andrew Sample, PWS! Wetland Delineation is an important process that helps identify the boundaries of wetlands and protect a vital environmental resource by reducing potential on- and off-site [...]

OCE’s Matthew Durst Earns Remote Pilot Certificate!

We are happy to announce that OCE's GIS Specialist Matthew Durst has earned his Remote Pilot Certificate. The Remote Pilote Certificate is granted by the Federal Aviation Administration as part of their Small Unmanned Aircraft System Rule (Part 107) and allows Matthew to utilize aerial drones for commercial purposes. Matt [...]

OCE Named Addison County Chamber of Commerce’s Business of the Year!

At the Addison County Chamber of Commerce's Annual Meeting, held at the historic Vergennes Opera House on October 26, 2023, Otter Creek Engineering was proud to accept the Business of the Year Award. Chamber Board Member Marty Kulczyk (and owner of the Robert Frost Cabins in Ripton) presented OCE with [...]

OCE Begins Work on Lead Service Line Inventories

One consequence of the crisis in Flint, Michigan is that it elevated public awareness that a  substantial number of service lines connecting individual homes and businesses to public water systems may contain lead components. This means that even if the water source and transmission lines do not contain lead, the [...]