- Land Planning
- Environmental, Wetland Delineation, Tree Inventory
- ALTA Survey, Construction Staking
- Civil Engineering; Site Design, Traffic, Construction
- Landscape Architecture
This 188-acre site with 191 lots and a 5.4-acre park was developed in seven phases over several years. Westwood's multidisciplinary approach to this large site involved a land plan that balanced critical wetlands, significant topography, circulation patterns, shoreland restrictions, tree preservation, wetlands preservation, and mitigating impacts on adjacent land owners while maximizing the development value and preserving the natural features that made this land special.
Successful Design and Approvals amid Economic Challenges
This site was bound by wetlands, lakes, a state highway, existing homes, and a pipeline that ran through the middle of the project. When the recession hit halfway into the project, Westwood assisted the owner in redesigning the project to make it work economically by minimizing grading and infrastructure, and adding lots. Westwood's multidisciplinary team replanned, reengineered, and regained city approval which was vital to the project.
The project included extending municipal services, building a lift station, extending the gravity main to the lift station to connect with the city, and directional boring 1200 feet of watermain under Krey Lakes.