Civil Engineering & Land Development Consulting

Featured Project – Mistwood Golf Club

    Course Improvements, Renwick Road (CH36) Widening and Signal Design, Performance Center and Clubhouse for Award Winning Mistwood Golf Club
    1700 W. Renwick Road
    Village of Romeoville, Will County, IL
    Mistwood Golf Club & Will County Division of Transportation
    OWNER: JBM Golf Properties, LLC


    Mistwood Golf Club and JBM Golf Properties solicited CEG for services in 2012 for a multi-million-dollar course renovation.  The redevelopment included drainage improvements to the golf course, civil engineering design for a 6,000 square-foot Golf Performance Center, a 25,000 square-foot clubhouse, restaurant and banquet facility.  The site improvements included a parking lot expansion, lift station design, grading, utilities, landscaping, brick pavers and retaining walls.  The course renovations and facilities have won numerous awards including GOLF Magazine’s Renovation of the Year, Golf Inc. Magazine’s Renovation of the Year, Golf Digest’s Best New Course, and Golf Range Magazine’s Top 50 Public Range.

    Recently, the clubhouse design was the winner of the prestigious 2016 Chicago Building Congress (CBC) Merit Award for distinctive design, outstanding construction, and a positive impact on the surrounding community.  Also, the project received the Award of Merit from Engineering News – Record (ENR) for the Sports / Entertainment category.

    ENR MidwestAs part of the overall development, CEG also provided Mistwood and Will County Division of Transportation design services to improve the level of service for the intersection of County Highway 36 (Renwick Road) and Gaylord Road.  Civil engineering design plans for the 1,800 lineal foot project included left turn lane improvements, additional right turn lanes, and the installation of a traffic signal at the intersection.  CEG prepared all bid documents and special provisions for the project, as well as acquired all required permits, including Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) permitting for future box culvert improvements over Mink Creek.  CEG assisted Will County with onsite resident engineer (RE) services, including weekly reports for construction oversight, contractor payouts as well as NPDES inspections and reporting in accordance with IEPA requirements.