Concept plans are an essential part of the initial planning and budgeting phase of any development project. Site planning generally begins by assessing a potential site for development, and includes a feasibility analysis. Based on document review and site surveying activities, Partner collects, assesses and maps information about topography, soils, hydrology, vegetation, wetlands, parcel ownership, site orientation, zoning, regulatory constraints, etc. By determining which areas are poor for development (such as floodplain or steep slopes), and which are more suitable, the planner or architect can assess optimal location.
In the evaluation stage of the conceptual Plan Design process, Partner tests, reviews and refines your development concept based on your development goals, the conditions of your development site and by considering required public works and infrastructure improvements to serve your development. In the process of selecting and further defining the best development option, we will analyze execution risks, formulate potential solutions, and guide and support our client’s investment decisions.
Partner’s expert site civil engineers and professional planners help our clients through all steps of the conceptual design process to maximizing your development yield and Return on Investment (ROI).