Land Development Workflow

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Land Development Workflow by Mind Map: Land Development Workflow

1. Sanitary Sewer

1.1. On Site Waste Disposal

1.1.1. Types

1.1.1.1. Septic System

1.1.1.2. Community System

1.1.1.3. Community Treatment

1.1.2. Calculations

1.1.3. Plans

1.2. Sanitary Sewer Network

1.2.1. Hydraulic Analysis and Report

1.2.2. Plans

1.2.3. Profiles

1.2.4. Cross Sections

1.2.5. Details

2. Utility

2.1. Water Service Plans

2.1.1. Water Network Analysis and Report

2.1.2. Fire Marshal / Fire Safety Plans

2.1.3. Fire Flow Analysis and Report

3. Pre and Post Development Hydrology Analysis and Report

4. Traffic Impact Studies

4.1. Involved Professionals + Stakeholders

4.1.1. State/Regional Planning

4.1.2. DOT

4.1.3. Municipality

5. Land Acquisition

5.1. Legal Profdnals

5.1.1. Online Datasources

5.1.1.1. Liens

5.1.1.2. Zoning

5.2. Owner

5.2.1. Private

5.2.2. Government

5.3. Developer

5.3.1. Online Map Viewers

5.3.1.1. Google Earth

5.3.1.2. Google Maps

5.3.1.3. County Parcel + Tax Info

5.3.1.4. Zoning

5.3.1.5. Development Areas

5.3.2. Real Estate Sales Databases

5.3.3. Site Visits

5.3.3.1. Photography

6. Initiation

7. Investigation and Due Diligence

7.1. Phase I+II Environmental Assessments

7.1.1. Environmental Scientist or Engineer

7.1.2. Involved Professionals + Stakeholders

7.2. Soils Investigation

7.2.1. Septic/Waste Disposal

7.2.2. Stormwater Management Feasibility

7.2.3. Involved Professionals + Stakeholders

7.2.3.1. Soil Scientist

7.2.3.2. Surveyors

7.2.3.3. State/Local Environmental Agency

7.3. Wetlands Delineation

7.3.1. Involved Professionals + Stakeholders

7.3.1.1. Wetlands Specialist

7.3.1.2. Army Corps of Engineers

7.3.1.3. State/Local Environmental Agency

7.3.1.4. Surveyors

7.4. Geotechnical Investigations

7.4.1. Involved Professionals + Stakeholders

7.4.1.1. Geotechnical Engineer + Staff

7.4.1.2. Structural Engineers + Staff

7.4.1.3. Surveyors

7.5. Endangered Species/Ecological Investigation

7.5.1. Involved Professionals + Stakeholders

7.5.1.1. Environmental Scientist, Engineer or Specialist

7.5.1.2. Federal Agencies

7.5.1.3. State Wildlife and Environmental Agencies

7.6. Archeological Investigations

7.6.1. Involved Professionals + Stakeholders

7.6.1.1. Archeologist

7.6.1.2. Surveyors

7.6.1.3. Federal Agencies

7.6.1.4. State Historical and Environmental Agencies

7.7. Determining Jurisdictions

7.7.1. Determining Process for Approval

7.7.2. Determining Additional Required Due Diligence

7.7.3. Involved Professionals + Stakeholders

7.7.3.1. Surveyor

7.7.3.2. Government Agency

7.7.3.3. Legal Professionals

7.7.3.4. Urban/Land Planners

7.8. Flooding

7.8.1. HEC RAS

7.8.2. Flood Mapping

7.9. Possible Utility Connections

7.9.1. Water

7.9.2. Sewer

7.9.3. Natural Gas

7.9.4. Involved Professionals + Stakeholders

7.9.4.1. Government Agency

7.9.4.2. Municipality

7.9.4.3. Private Utility Provider

7.9.4.4. Surveyor

7.9.5. Electricity

7.10. Land Use

7.10.1. Involved Professionals + Stakeholders

7.10.1.1. Surveyor

7.10.1.2. Urban Planner / Land Planner

7.10.1.3. State Planning Board

7.10.1.4. Municipality

7.10.1.5. Government Agency

7.10.2. Special Processes?

7.10.2.1. Planning Regions

7.10.2.2. Fit in with Master Plan

7.10.2.3. Overlay Zones

7.10.2.4. Conditional Use?

7.10.2.5. Zoning Change?

8. Planning/Feasibility

8.1. Conceptual Site Layout

8.1.1. Existing conditions

8.1.1.1. Utility Connections

8.1.1.2. All elements identified in due diligence

8.1.1.3. Areas of Concern

8.1.2. Conceptual Design

8.1.2.1. Parceling

8.1.2.2. Parking

8.1.2.3. Many iterations

8.1.2.4. Ammenities

8.1.2.5. Stormwater Management

8.1.2.6. Buffers

8.1.3. Professionals

8.1.3.1. Civil Engineer

8.1.3.2. Surveyor

8.1.3.3. Urban Planner/Land Planner

8.1.3.4. Architect

8.1.3.5. Landscape Architect

8.1.4. Stakeholders/Approvals Required

8.1.4.1. Zoning Board

8.1.4.2. Town/County Council

8.1.4.3. Government Agencies

8.1.4.3.1. Environmental

8.1.4.3.2. Historical

8.1.4.3.3. Wildlife

8.1.4.3.4. Transportation

8.1.4.3.5. More, more, more

8.1.4.4. Adjacent Property Owners

8.1.4.5. Utility Boards

8.1.4.5.1. Servicing Agreements

8.1.4.6. Planning Board

9. Detailed Design

9.1. Existing Conditions

9.2. Road-Transportation

9.2.1. Road Plans

9.2.1.1. Plans

9.2.1.2. Profiles

9.2.1.3. Cross Sections

9.2.2. Entrance

9.2.2.1. Plans

9.3. Stormwater Management Plans

9.3.1. Drainage

9.3.1.1. Plans

9.3.1.2. Profiles

9.3.1.3. Pipe Design

9.3.1.3.1. Hydraulic Analysis

9.3.2. Grading

9.3.2.1. Plans

9.3.3. BMPs

9.3.3.1. Types

9.3.3.1.1. Green BMPs

9.3.3.1.2. Structural BMPs

9.3.3.2. Notes and Details

9.3.3.3. Cross Sections

9.3.3.4. Analysis and Report

9.3.4. Erosion and Sediment Control

9.3.4.1. Plans

9.3.4.1.1. Calculations/Analysis typically shown on plans

9.4. Landscape and Lighting Plans

9.5. Site Plans/ Record Plat

9.6. Professionals Involved

9.6.1. Land/Urban Planners

9.6.2. Landscape Architects

9.6.3. Architect

9.6.4. Civil Engineer + Staff

10. Construction

10.1. Stakeout

10.2. Professionals Involved

10.2.1. Construction Management

10.2.2. Trades

10.2.3. Architect

10.2.4. Landscape

10.2.5. Surveyor

10.2.6. Home Builder

10.2.7. Geotechnical Engineer

10.2.8. Structural Engineer

10.3. Environmental Concerns

10.3.1. Erosion and Sediment Control

10.3.2. SWPPP

10.4. Approvals/Stakeholders

10.4.1. Gov't Agencies

10.4.2. EPA

10.4.2.1. Environmental Engineer

10.4.3. Building Inspectors

10.4.4. Private/Public Utility Companies

10.4.5. Future Ownership Inspectors (i.e. DOT for roads)

10.5. Construction Administration

10.5.1. Utility Construction

10.5.2. Road Construction

10.5.3. Building Construction

10.5.3.1. Exterior

10.5.3.2. Interior

10.5.4. Progress Payment

10.5.5. Bidding

10.5.6. Estimates

10.5.7. Construction Inspection

11. Sequence of Construction

12. Maintenance

12.1. HOA

12.2. Municipality

12.3. Utilities

12.4. Roads, Sidewalks , Etc.

12.5. Stormwater Facilities

12.6. Park/Open Space

12.7. Environmental Agency

12.8. DOT

12.9. Parks and Rec

13. Surveyor