Site Planning and Land Development

Raudenbush Engineering, Inc. prepares site plans and land development plans in accordance with local, regional, and state requirements from concept plans to final design. Documentation for municipality approvals is prepared for all types of land development. Layout, grading, sediment control, and landscape plans are provided. Design of utilities, specifically stormwater controls, potable water service and wastewater facilities are provided. Specialty services include subdivision plans, zoning requirements, and master planning.

  • Civil Engineering
  • Construction drawings/specifications
  • Erosion and sediment control plans and permitting
  • Feasibility studies/master plans
  • Land Development plans
  • Landscape Architecture/Landscape plans
  • Layout and grading plans
  • Parks, recreation and open space planning
  • School and campus planning
  • Sketch/Concept Plans
  • Subdivision plans
  • Traffic studies/road and highway design/signalization
  • Zoning requirements (special exceptions, variances, conditional uses, rezoning, etc.)

Stormwater Management Design

Raudenbush Engineering, Inc. services include the design and review of channel improvements, culvert design, erosion and sedimentation control plans, floodplain studies, hydraulic and hydrologic studies for state departments and Army Corps of Engineers permitting, NPDES stormwater discharge permits, regulatory agency coordination and approval, solutions to existing stormwater related problems, stormwater conveyance facilities, stream crossings and permitting, underground detention facilities, and watershed analyses.

  • Stormwater Ponds/Structure Design and Permitting
  • NPDES Stormwater Discharge Permits
  • Channel/Culvert Design
  • Floodplain/Hydraulic/Watershed Studies
  • Erosion and Sediment Control
  • Complete hydrologic and hydraulic analysis (TR-55, Rational Method, HECRAS, Flowmaster, TR-20, VTPSUHM, Hydroflo - Hydrographs, HEC-HMS)
  • Water quantitative management
  • Water qualitative management
  • Regional SWM Plan Development