- Site Feasibility Studies
- Permitting analysis
- Conceptual Layout Plans
- Master Planning
KEG’s team offers comprehensive project management skills from site planning through permit approvals. Our clients’ goals and objectives are incorporated into our integrated design process to produce quality results. We examine site opportunities and constraints in conjunction with municipal requirements to provide a road map for project success. Collaborative group discussions are held with the client and other members of the design team on the topics of site planning, utility design, grading, water quality/quantity mitigation, transportation planning, and landscape design produces valuable data for successful project implementation. This collaboration, along with a strong team approach, gives our clients the confidence that their project vision will become a reality.
Prior to embarking on the costly and time consuming efforts associated with the development of definitive site plans KEG takes a comprehensive look at the issues surrounding land use planning. Using the team approach, we look beyond the project limits to help identify potential issues surrounding a development. We produce well thought out master plan designs and are actively involved in community outreach and agency staff coordination where necessary to ensure community integration. The goal is to generate a plan that provides the highest and best use for the property. We produce presentation-quality project graphics demonstrating site design and surrounding context. Technical project components are integrated from the start, including site grading design, utility requirements, stormwater compliance neighborhood concerns, screening and environmental mitigation. We have the professional experience and training to bring value to all master planning and site planning efforts. Once the Master Plan is developed that plan is comprehensively checked with local, state and other zoning. Based on that review a permitting road map is established. The road map will show expected permitting timelines and possible permitting impediments.