You have a vision for your project and a building site selected – or several sites in mind. What’s next? The land must be prepared and developed for your specific purpose. As you move through this process, you’ll encounter a number of critical land development activities. A site civil engineer is trained to help you through these.
GRW has experience in a number of markets: retail, from restaurants to shopping centers; mixed-use, from college campuses to residential; sports, entertainment, and recreation; equine facilities, from training tracks to barns; and government facilities from streets and sidewalks to correctional facility campuses.
You may discover environmental factors like wetlands and streams or site specific deed or zoning restrictions. Transportation-related items like driveway locations and allowing for sufficient parking for your project are also likely to arise. Permitting requirements for the local jurisdiction may also present challenges. It may also be necessary to meet with the public or discuss land use issues with adjoining property owners. Utility infrastructure assessment and utility infrastructure design are critical. A methodical and knowledgeable approach to each activity can make all the difference.
GRW’s site civil engineers will help you through each step. A quick run-down of our services: