Residential & Commercial Site Engineering
SERVING SUMMIT, WASATCH AND SALT LAKE COUNTIES, INCLUDING PARK CITY, KAMAS, HEBER, SALT LAKE CITY & SURROUNDING AREAS
- Building site selection & optimization; setbacks
- Access points; solar aspect; view shed
- Drain field and well siting
- Site cut and fill balance
- Foundation and floor grades; height ceiling
- Groundwater mitigation
- Slope stability
- Grading & drainage
- Retaining walls
- Parking lots; striping and signage
- Pavement structure design; site concrete
- Engineered driveway design; shared access; access easements
- Fire department access; cisterns and fire ponds
- SWPPP (Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan) and specifications
- Encroachment resolution
Site Engineering FAQs
Given the infinite variability IN Nature, each site is unique. Contact us for answers that will address your particular situation.
Can I fill the wet area on my lot to allow for my proposed building addition?
I know that fill is expensive, even just 6 inches deep...how much should I raise my building floor? Do I need to raise it at all?
I’d like a basement...can I build one without worrying about flooding? Can’t I just add a sump pump to resolve all my worries?
How do I determine how high the groundwater will rise during a wet spring?
I’m worried about my foundation footings being below the water table. Should I be?
I’m darn sure I’ve got about 3 feet of play between my proposed building and the required lot line setback...do I really need to hire a Professional Land Surveyor?
I’m buying a 5-acre lot and there are no buildings anywhere in sight. Will the deed that comes with the land give me a clear idea of what I will own? Why go to the expense of a boundary survey if the lot is in a platted subdivision?
Is it common practice for a builder to include rock removal in his excavation bid? How do I determine how much rock I’m likely to run into when they dig my foundation?
I’ve got to have a walk-out basement! Will this work with my driveway plan?
How high does a retaining wall have to be before it becomes “dangerous”?
Do I really need an expensive retaining wall? Isn’t there another way to make my design vision a reality?