About Andel Engineering

Andel Engineering is a Minority owned Civil Engineering and Surveying Company, incorporated in 1964. Its Chief Engineer and founder is Edward L. Bolden, Jr. and its co owners, was his lovely wife of 65 years Anna Rose Bolden who passed away in September of 2013 of Alzheimer. They had two sons Norman Bolden, who served as Marine and now as a veteran helps those in need in the state of Washington and his other son Michael Bolden, heads up YouthHealthUSA.org which leads the Choose2BPositive Movement, helping youth and families make better decisions that results in more happiness and success and a stronger more united country

Andel has been a leader in its industry, with its focus on projects in the Southern California region, with major land development designs in Los Angeles, San Diego, Kern, and San Bernadino counties.

As Andel Engineering moves past its milestone 50th anniversary, our goal of creating a satisfied client doesn’t change. We intend toward ourselves and our clients the most successful years ever. We believe that as we keep quality service as our standard we will help play a part in telling the wonderful story of the importance to all of us of Civil Engineering and Surveying in America’s history.

Andel Engineering, absolutely supports stimulating young minds, we pride ourselves on bringing on newly graduated college students to help launch their Civil Engineering and Survey career. Andel Engineering, is totally in support of being a part of inviting all kids from all walks of life including impoverished, physically challenged and minority communities to embrace the achievable dreams and possibilities found in gaining higher education. We believe and demonstrate by our existence that when education, hard work, good ethics, and determination combine you will create a longevity of success. We stand daily committed to Our mission statement,

“Happiness is a Satisfied Client”

Among Andel Engineering’s projects are several that have designed much of the initial infrastructure and development of the Santa Clarita Valley, now known as the City of Santa Clarita.

    • The first public sewer system
    • The first sewer pump station
    • The first sewer siphon under the Santa Clara River
    • Water company tank storage sites
    • The first Santa Clara River channel improvements
    • The first Bouquet Canyon channel improvements
    • Friendly Valley Golf Course, designed channel erosion control system,
    • The first mobile home park, tenant-owned co-op
    • The first major hillside grading
    • North Oaks subdivision, about 1500 lots
    • The Whites Canyon initial neighborhood shopping site
    • Coordinated Cal Grove/Interstate 5 Freeway connection
    • The College of the Canyons site selection investigation
    • The College of the Canyons site construction surveying
    • The California Institute of the Arts site construction surveying
    • Saugus Union Elementary School District, 20-year projection for school needs, 1968
    • Newhall County Water District boundary legal description, 50 sections, including 256 annexations, 1974
    • The first Canyon Country’s skateboard park
    • MacMillan Ranch, an exclusive gated 2-acre lot development
    • Hope Ranch, 2-acre lots, tract homes
    • Crocker Ranch, a subdivision of 10-acre lots
    • Rotary Centennial Garden within the Aquatic Park


  • Los Angeles Subway, Wilshire Station as subcontractor Bechtel
  • 1800 residential units Ocean-Side California
  • FEMA flood control maps as sub-contractor to Michael Baker.
  • The design of the Los Angeles County’s first 5-acre subdivision with improvements and tract homes
  • The design and processing to approval of the first cemetery in 30 years in Los Angeles County, 1990, Archdiocese of Los Angeles
  • Westminster Gardens, A Presbyterian retirement center.