- An Aardvark's claws are as strong as a pick axe
- The Aardvark has very soft teeth that are continuously replaced throughout
- Aardvarks are insectivores. They use their claws to dig into ant hills and termite
mounds and then stick their long tongue into the nest or mound to get insects.
- The Aardvark looks like an Ant Eater, but they are not related.
We're passionate about delivering exceptional services. When you hire us, you're hiring a team of professionals who are trained and skilled to deliver lasting value to your project. Our Civil Engineers and entire staff work hard for on everything from geotechnical engineering to pavement evaluations.
Aardvark Engineers was founded in 2008 on the principles of providing sound engineering judgement through a practical and common sense approach. Just like an aardvark, we keep our style simple and efficient, making us fast to respond to the ever changing needs of the real estate environment.
We treat your project as if it was our own. We understand that time and money are precious commodities not to be wasted. Our staff are trained to take a proactive approach with each project. From eco-friendly building practices to selecting the best courses of action during construction, Aardvark Engineers is your greatest asset. Our experts are leaders in the industry with project experience spreading across industrial, commercial, retail, governmental and residential trades in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, New York, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee and Indiana.
Aardvarks are known for their diligence. They also have a strong affinity for the earth. The name is derived from the Afrikaans Dutch settlers meaning "Earth Pig."