Lakeland, FL – August 30, 2017 – Chastain-Skillman has packed up our boxes and moved our Winter Haven office to a new location!  Though we have changed offices, we remain in the downtown area, providing close proximity to our winter Haven clients.

Chastain-Skillman is a locally-owned consulting firm that has provided engineering services to Polk County for over 67 years, contributing to many key projects that have shaped the development of Central Florida from 1950 until now.  Chastain-Skillman is headquartered in Lakeland, but has maintained an office in Winter Haven since 2011.

“We greatly value having a presence in Winter Haven,” said Jay Chastain, President of Chastain-Skillman.  “We feel very invested in the community due to our numerous past projects and look forward to many more projects partnering with the City in the future.”

Though we have only had a branch office in Winter haven for six years, Chastain-Skillman has been serving the Winter Haven area for decades.  We are proud of the partnership we have maintained with the City of Winter Haven over the years, helping to manage the City’s stormwater and wastewater infrastructure, in addition to designing more visible projects such as the Lake Howard Trail and the Lake Shipp Boat Ramp.  Currently, our water resources department is working with the City to help restore the Peace Creek Watershed, improving lake levels and water quality in the area.

A ribbon cutting with the Greater Winter Haven Chamber of Commerce took place on Tuesday, August 29th to unveil our new location to the Winter Haven community.  Chastain-Skillman’s new Winter Haven address is: 331 West Central Avenue, Suite 241, Winter Haven, Florida 33880.

Chastain-Skillman is a leading engineering firm headquartered in Lakeland, Florida. The company provides Civil, Environmental, and Water & Wastewater Engineering in addition to Geology/Hydrogeology, Construction Management/Inspections, Land Surveying and Environmental Occupational Health & Safety.  They have received notable design awards, provided a number of technological firsts in Florida and designed some the state’s earliest wastewater reuse projects as a responsible means of water management. For more information visit,


Kaitlin Irmscher

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