Duneland Group is dedicated to providing top notch engineering and surveying services throughout Northwest Indiana and Chicagoland. This mission guides our work and involvement in everything we do. Below you will find news and information about Duneland’s activities. Please feel free to contact us if you are interested in seeing specific stories or information. Enjoy!

ALZNI_Walk.jpgDuneland Group, Chesterton-based engineering and surveying services provider, recently sponsored local not-for-profit organization Alzheimer and Dementia Services of Northern Indiana's  (ALZNI) annual walk fundraiser. The walk, entitled "Superheroes Among Us," took place on May 20 at the Lake County Fairgrounds and St. Anthony Village, and raised more than $32,000 for the more than 36,000 people in Northwest Indiana affected by this disease and the many forms of dementia. 

“In northern Indiana alone, more than 36,500 people have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease,” said Melissa Garcia, Marketing Director for Duneland and the ALZNI Lake County Walk Coordinator.

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15794096-150802.jpgDuneland recently completed all engineering for the Hidden Waters subdivision, conveniently located along Airport Road in Portage, Indiana, near the community’s main shopping and entertainment corridor. The project was completed in five phases and included more than 160 lots.

At any of the new homes for sale, you can enjoy all that Portage has to offer including the Lakefront and Riverwalk. You'll find a 3,500-square-foot public pavilion equipped with restrooms and a seasonal snack bar to enjoy when you go to the beach, hiking or fishing off the pier. The Portage Park System is made up of fifteen parks, ranging in size from 0.5 to 256 acres, with a total acreage of 612 acres including trail space. There are also 10 miles of paved bike trails. Parks include Woodland Park, Imagination Glen and Countryside Park.


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IMG_0653.jpgBoys & Girls Club hired Duneland Group as the Civil Engineer to provide surveying and civil engineering services to build a new Boys & Girls Club in Chesterton, Indiana, at 521 W 1100 N, where a church once stood.

Duneland’s work also included drainage, utilities and services to build a practice soccer field.

Construction of the new facility began in the summer of 2016.


The new Boys & Girls Clubs of Porter County Duneland will be a “state-of-the-art facility” when complete and include a full-size gymnasium, two-story rock-climbing wall, teen tech lounge, exergaming or tech-based fitness area and a STEM lounge - a room with state-of-the-art computers for hands-on learning in science, technology, engineering and math.

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Timberland Subdivision is a 116-acre, 185-lot residential subdivision located in Porter County, Indiana, just outside of Chesterton, Indiana. 

For Phase 2 of this project, Duneland Group provided surveying, site design, construction layout and roads for the 40-lot subdivision being built by Nardo Builders.

For Phase 1, Duneland Group provided topographic surveying, preliminary and final platting and site planning assistance for the Timberland Farms Development, LLC. The project also included construction layout for infrastructure of the green space. 

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Duneland recently completed design, lot layout and replatting for the Morgan’s Corner at Coffee Creek subdivision, conveniently located in Chesterton, Indiana, nestled adjacent to the Coffee Creek Wildlife Preserve.

Approximately 110 lots were replatted to single family homes.

New residents will enjoy the majestic views and natural beauty that the Indiana Dunes has to offer including trails, wildlife and peaceful landscapes.

MorgansCorneratCoffeeCreekCommunityPlat_960_640.jpgBeing near the Chesterton Amphitheater is just another perk of living in this beautiful community.

Chesterton's top ranked school system, shopping and fine restaurants make Morgan's Corner at Coffee Creek a great place to live.

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Aukiki_Park_Top.jpgPorter County Parks hired Duneland Group to provide surveying and site design for Aukiki Park in Porter County, Indiana.

Work also includes the park's parking lots. 

The park will provide the first county-owned sports fields on 63.5 acres west of Indiana 49 between County Roads 650 South and 700 South.

Plans include softball, baseball and soccer fields, and possibly using artificial turf for one soccer field and putting a dome over it so it could be used year-round, as well as walking trails, a community building, a play area, and a festival plaza.

The purpose is to establish green space in the middle of the county that will be there for generations. 

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