If you are a Residential or Commercial property owner and are looking to increase the value of your property by subdividing it, you will need to go through an extensive “Land Subdivision” process. This handbook provides a comprehensive description of the process, pitfalls and SOLUTIONS to common development issues in California!
When you work with us you are hiring one consultant that does the job of many. Why is this important? The efficiency of working with a single point of contact, results in lower engineering costs, reduced design time and greater convenience for you!
Whether your project is simple or complex, the first question everyone asks is “How Much is this Going to Cost?” Unfortunately, the traditional method of obtaining an estimate of cost requires a set of preliminary design drawings that can be expensive and time consuming to prepare.
In order to resolve this problem, we have developed a unique system that allows us to create realistic costs quickly, affordably and without the need for a lot of unnecessary drawings. Our Budget Report system is more than just a simple cost-estimate, it is a valuable planning and development tool.
An often overlooked question everyone should ask before starting their project is; "Can I Get the Planning Department's Approval?" Obtaining local planning approval is typically the single most important and often challenging part of a development. The planning process can be very complicated, expensive and frustrating; without the Planning Department's approval, there is no project.
The Bruce D. Johnson Gymnasium, Redwood Christian Middle School and High School, San Lorenzo, CA
Prime Civil Engineering firm for a 20,520-square-foot, 600-seat, ADA-compliant gymnasium. The state-of- the art structure has digital scoreboards, classrooms, offices, a skybox and a high-quality maple wood floor. The facility contains a regulation basketball court, two practice basketball courts, plus a badminton and a volleyball court. The building is a pre-engineered metal building, 120’ x 140’, with a ridgeline standing at 33’ tall. The gym will be completed in two phases. Phase 1 (main gym, restrooms and landscaping) is expected to be completed by mid-October 2018. Phase 2 (classrooms, etc.) is anticipated to be finished by late summer-early fall, 2019.
“A big 'Thank You' to Greenwood and Moore for featuring our project on your website. It's a project we're proud of, and we are thankful for all the assistance Greenwood and Moore has provided along the way.” Mike Kady, Director of Advancement, Redwood Christian Schools
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