Innovation is our tradition

R.O. Anderson Engineering provides technically sound and feasible solutions that focus on our clients' needs. Team dynamics and leading edge technology lets our professionals implement forward thinking designs.

Selected as 2012 Natural Resources Conservation Service’s Surveyor for the State of Nevada, we apply that rewarded professional dedication and environmental concern to every client and most importantly, the world we share.

The R.O. Anderson Difference


One Job One Price

All-inclusive fixed fees: no random charges, nothing beyond budget.

Total Access

Unlimited phone calls and meetings for the entire duration of your project.

Service Guarantee

Full price refunds or partial fee returns to ensure your satisfaction.

Active Listening Model

Close coordination and mutual understanding of the problem and opportunities is essential to achieving our client’s objectives and successfully completing their assignment.

Upcoming Events

Nevada Hazard Mitigation Planning Committee Meeting

January 25th, 2016 Department of Emergency Management, Carson City, Nevada

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100+ success stories and counting

Hiring R.O. Anderson starts a dynamic partnership. Through planning and collaboration, nothing is impossible. Here are a few projects we’re most proud of.


Utility Mapping For Emergency Sewer System Repairs

How do you perform emergency repairs during the Lake Tahoe winter given the depth of snow and the lack of information on the location of existing sewerage facilities? Here’s How! Read More

No Money For New Small Public Utility District Infrastructure

How do you solve the funding problem for infrastructure needed to meet the U.S. EPA’s water quality improvement mandates? Read more about our solutions to the Bridgeport Public Utility District’s funding needs... Read More

Where we are

With offices in Minden, Nevada; Reno, Nevada; and South Lake Tahoe, California, we are well placed to serve our clients in Gardnerville, Douglas County, Alpine County, Washoe County, Sparks, Mammoth Lakes, Carson City and El Dorado County, California