About Us

Stout & Caldwell Engineers, LLC was founded upon solid business fundamentals that translates into total client focus and retention.

Since inception, the firm has designed over 4 million square feet of Commercial space from Gloucester County and Union County to Burlington County and Cape May County. As a New Jersey-based civil engineering firm, we focus on residential sub-divisions, including single family, multi-family and mixed-use communities as well as a full-service commercial practice.

Specialized in working directly with development teams, Stout & Caldwell Engineers has familiarity with the design of retail power centers, corporate headquarters, educational facilities, faith-based organizations and privately held projects. We have also been involved with the telecommunications industry providing boundary, topographic and Federal Aviation Association (FAA) 1A & 2C Surveys for guide, lattice, monopole and roof top telecom antennas.

The goal is clear: Maximizing the value of our client’s real estate.

Stout & Caldwell Engineers provides quality design, timely permitting and entitlement services with exceptional follow-through. From the initial site selection phase through the regulatory approvals and construction, we help prioritize your options and make the best strategic decisions to maximize your development goals. We communicate with state, county and local agencies to cover all of the bases and keep your project on schedule from the conceptual design all the way through construction.


Robert Stout

Robert R. Stout, PE, CMS, LS

Engineer / Land Surveyor

Bob has direct supervision of all of the site plan designs and surveying projects and coordinates all of the field surveying work.

Dan Caldwell

Daniel Caldwell


As a principal of the firm, Mr. Caldwell is charged with new Business Development and marketing of the firm.

Contact Us

Stout & Caldwell, LLC
705 US Route 130 South
PO Box 2290
Cinnaminson, NJ 08077

Tel: (856) 786-2202
Fax: (856) 786-3050

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