About J.M. Teague Engineering & Planning
J. M. Teague Engineering & Planning (JMTE) is an engineering and planning firm that manages a wide range of large and small projects across the Western North Carolina region. Founded in early 2010, JMTE specializes providing engineering and planning expertise to local municipalities, school systems, private institutions, and professional clients such as landscape architects, urban planners, developers, and civil engineering firms. We are located in Waynesville, North Carolina – the “Gateway to the Smokies”.
JMTE offers extensive traffic engineering services including: intersection safety, wayfinding, traffic impact analysis review and preparation, traffic data collection, traffic signal warrant and operation, pavement marking design and operation, sign design and operation, corridor studies, risk management, MUTCD training and compliance, bicycle and pedestrian safety, pavement condition surveys, presentations, sight distance evaluations, and expert testimony. Our service area is NC, GA, TN, SC, AL and VA but we have clients coast to coast including Alaska.
JMTE currently has partnerships with many professional firms and individuals throughout the region. These relationships enable JMTE and its partners to provide multi-disciplined engineering, surveying, and project management for a wide array of engineering challenges.
Much of our work is centered within mountainous areas, so the extra challenges of steep grades, horizontal and vertical sight distance, and winding roads are no obstacle to us. As a small firm, JMTE can provide the crucial time and attention needed to successfully achieve solutions for the many traffic challenges impacting communities throughout the region.
JMTE is certified by NCDOT as Small Business Professional Firm and as a Private Engineering Consultant. JMTE is licensed as a professional engineer in North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Virginia, Tennessee and Georgia. We serve the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions of the U.S.,with a concentrated focus on projects in Virginia, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Tennessee.