The Company

A History Of Excellence

Founded in 1984, DEVITA is an employee-owned company offering comprehensive, multi-disciplined engineering services for projects of all sizes. With many locations throughout the southeast, we are well-positioned to make your project a success—no matter the scope.

Over nearly four decades, we have proudly served clients across the country, remaining laser-focused on their success and letting our values be our guide.

Our Permission to Play Values


Honest and Genuine in all interactions

Honor commitments

Avoid hidden agendas

Work for the benefit of the client and firm


Recognize the human value of each person

Never verbally abuse others

Calmly and thoughtfully handle difficult

issues in the appropriate manner and venue

Never throw a colleague “under the bus”

Display a positive attitude

Listen actively

Our Core Values

  • Answer for deadlines and measurable results
  • Take responsibility for own career development
  • Freely admit to falling short when appropriate and focus on solutions rather than assigning blame
  • Take pride in the quality of our work
  • Respectfully hold one another accountable when project quality falls short
  • Execute the appropriate level of work for your position
  • Recognize the appropriate time to involve others including management or more senior technical personnel
  • Motivated to deliver high-quality service to internal and external clients
  • Focused on the best solution, not necessarily the easiest solution
  • Will lead by example to ensure client satisfaction
  • Manage personal life to avoid short-coming in client satisfaction
  • Minimize bad surprises for clients and management
  • Deliver bad news as early as possible
  • Ensure that tasks are properly delegated or reassigned when out of the office
  • Utilize proper communication tools for different situations
Hard Work
  • Maintain a professional level of intensity throughout the workday and workweek while contributing to a positive atmosphere
  • Contribute to a culture of work-life balance by limiting procrastination and the “last-minute drama” that results
  • Make productive use of non-chargeable time
  • “Pitch in” to help colleagues achieve common goals and meet deadlines