Souder, Miller & Associates (SMA) performs engineering planning and design; civil site development, including drainage and grading design; subdivision design and review; hydraulic and hydrologic analysis; structural design; roadway design; water and wastewater system design for clients throughout the Southwest and Rocky Mountain regions. SMA routinely considers sustainability and energy conservation measures as part of its design process for each project.

Within these projects, SMA has completed a host of services, including structural design of buildings and auxiliary structures associated with a variety of engineering and environmental services; roadway and parking lot design; site development for civil engineering, transportation engineering, and environmental projects, including drainage and grading design; water and wastewater system design; utility system design; traffic impact studies; drainage studies, stormwater pollution prevention plans and other specialized plans and reports.

SMA has developed ongoing working relationships with our clients, which include municipalities, counties, tribal, public and private entities of all sizes. Our repeated selection by many of these clients is a testament to our commitment to quality and service.

Our Services

  • Hydrology and Hydraulics
  • Preliminary and Final Drainage Studies and Reports
  • Subdivision Design and Planning
  • Commercial Site Development
  • Grading and Drainage Plans
  • Structural Engineering
  • Parking Lot / ADA Design
  • New Utility Design and Coordination

Santa Teresa EPE/NRG Roadrunner Solar Project

SMA completed civil site design for a new 20MW photovoltaic array covering 209 acres of undisturbed desert near Santa Teresa, NM.

Pueblo of Isleta Infrastructure Upgrades

SMA has provided numerous infrastructure improvements and on-call engineering services for the Pueblo of Isleta over the past ten years.

City of Carlsbad Drainage Master Plan

SMA completed this comprehensive plan to provide drainage recommendations based on our year-long hydraulic and hydrologic study of seven watersheds and 102 sub-basins in Eddy County, NM.