Established in 1998, Our staff of 22 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, 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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Otter Creek Engineering Promotes Brent F. Rakowski, P.E. to Vice President

We are excited to announce the promotion of Brent F. Rakowski, P.E. to Vice President and equity partner. Brent will continue to serve in his existing capacity as a senior project engineer while also taking on a leadership role within the firm to aid in the mentorship and development of [...]

Bus Station Featured in Green Energy Times!

The Green Energy Times recently published an article highlighting the environmentally-conscious design and construction of the Upper Valley Community Transportation Center, for which OCE Vice President Brent F. Rakowski, P.E. was the engineer of record. The article explains one of the most interesting innovations of the bus station that Brent [...]

OCE Helps Rutland Town Win Municipal Planning Grant for Pocket Park

OCE helped Rutland Town create a conceptual site plan which was used to help procure a Municipal Planning Grant from the Vermont Department of Housing and Community Development for a pocket park in Rutland Town. The two-acre site is nestled between the Center Rutland Falls and Route 4 and will [...]

Otter Creek Engineering Helps Cap Vermont’s Last Unlined Landfill

While modern landfills are constructed with liners so that harmful substances won't leach into the surrounding environment, the town of Salisbury was home to the last unlined landfill in the state. Salisbury’s Landfill on Upper Plains Road was a regular local destination where townspeople would often run into each other, [...]