I am looking for a new name for my engineering company. I want to translate the English phrase 'Forward engineering' into Latin language.
As luchonacho suggests, ars ingeniaria is good for "engineering". To express the direction, I would add the adjective prorsus, meaning "straightforward, straight, direct" and giving rise to the concept of prose. Thus, I'd suggest ars ingeniaria prorsa.
Prorsus is more common as an adverb, but it is also an adjective. The kind of use of this adjective I proposed appears to be post-classical, but I did not consider that an issue as you did not specify an era. I cannot think of an equally appropriate adjective that, say, Cicero would have used.