About Ashley & Vance Engineering
At Ashley & Vance Engineering, we value the building process – from plans, calculations and infrastructure to enduring relationships with people. Ashley & Vance Engineering is a civil and structural engineering firm that offers cost-conscious, practical and creative solutions for clients all over the West. Our greatest desire is that our influence in each and every project is quality, creativity, and above all, integrity.
Valued as the firm’s greatest asset, our team is not only highly qualified, but they are ethical, talented people with strong leadership skills and deep-rooted community values. We have team members working in offices all over the United States, including California, Colorado, Nevada, Washington, and Oregon, and we have been able to bridge the gaps traditionally posed by distance by fully embracing the benefits of technology.
Established in 2005, Truitt Vance originally founded the company out of his house, and later when Charles Ashley brought his expertise to the company, their mission was simple: to collaborate and to allow their construction experience to inform their design philosophies. Throughout the years and evolution of the company, our values have not changed. We continue to believe in practical, smart designs and we place great emphasis on our relationships both within the firm and with our clientele.
As we expanded to accommodate the burgeoning construction scene of the early 2000’s, we sought out skilled, knowledgeable engineers to join our team and maintain our mission of providing cost-effective and buildable engineering designs. When the economy stalled in 2008, the business climate provided us an excellent opportunity to distill our company values and forge tight bonds within our firm. With every single employee still in place, we established company-wide traditions that would become integral in Ashley & Vance’s company culture. When the market started to turn more favorably, our team looked to future challenges with confidence, competence, and solidarity.