• (602) 943-6997

  • 9013 N. 24th Ave, Ste. 7, Phoenix, AZ

Our Services


We offer a comprehensive range of geotechnical services, available to our clients throughout all phases of a project, from site selection and feasibility evaluation through planning and review, design, and construction.


We offer a broad range of environmental services, including Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments and NESHAP Asbestos Building Inspections.


As construction progresses, field inspections and materials testing verify that proper procedures are followed and that materials used are in compliance with geotechnical and structural specifications.

Vann Engineering, Inc., (formerly Foree & Vann, Inc.) is a Geotechnical Engineering and Environmental Consulting firm that has provided low cost, high quality services in Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Colorado, Texas, Utah, and North Dakota since 1980. Vann Engineering, Inc. is deeply committed to providing high quality dependable services locally and regionally through our corporate office in Phoenix, Arizona.
We have completed over 21,000 projects, both in the public and private sector and have earned a reputation for quality represented by the hundreds of repeat clients. We have more than 30 years of personalized superior service in:

Vann Engineering, Inc. considers each project a unique opportunity and is committed to bringing creative, economical, efficient, and innovative solutions to each individual client. Each project is given personal attention by our diverse professional staff, which includes engineers, geologists, environmental scientists, senior technicians, and support staff, all of which are committed to the project from start to finish. Our in-house soils and materials lab and drill rigs allow us to maintain quality and your schedule.


Jeffry D. Vann, M.S., P.E.
President and Principal Engineer

Recent News

Words From My Father

While growing up, my father had a saying. It goes like this, “sometimes you have to do more than your best, sometimes you have to do what’s required.” Through the years, I’ve thought about that saying. I’ve gone from laughing to serious pondering. You see, my father was career Air Force and had a very

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The Necessary Evil

So often, geotechnical engineers are looked at as a necessary evil, or to just get sufficient information to pad a file. In reality, our goal is actually to save project costs. We encourage face time frequently to enhance the relationship between our firm and the balance of the design team.  Most geotechnical engineers that I

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