Site utilities (i.e. water, power, sewer) are services we depend on every day of our lives, and for most land development projects a Utility plan is necessary to show how, for example, a new building will be served by water and sewer lines. Typically, that involves connecting into the existing main lines in the street, and our plan will show pipe elevations and slopes up to the point of connection. Some projects may require water and/or sewer main lines in order to service the entire site (e.g. residential subdivision). The goal for water services is to provide adequate flow at a serviceable pressure under various demand scenarios. For our sewer design, it is important to provide the capacity necessary for the project sewer demands, which is a function of pipe size, material, and slope.
Most every land development project in which new utility services are necessary will require this plan in order to obtain a permit. We provide wet utility plans (i.e. water and sewer), but we do not do dry utility plans (i.e. electrical, site lighting, telecom, etc.).
Using fundamental engineering principles to design and develop structures, systems, and environments that prioritize your safety and well-being. From site design, roadways, and utility systems (water and sewer) to grading and stormwater management, our team is committed to delivering high-quality results that meet your unique needs.