Tag: land development
Latitude 33 Planning & Engineering announced the approvals of Merge 56, Pacific Village, and Pacific Highlands Ranch (PHR) Village Commercial Phase II. The project approvals demonstrate Latitude 33’s ability to effectively work with valued clients and decision makers to achieve its clients’ goals.
Michael Baker International was awarded a $2.4 million contract to serve as the prime consultant to provide land development services to plan, design and construct more than 500 homes in the City of Lake Forest, Calif.
JQ Engineering provided civil engineering services for the new Toyota Music Factory in Irving, Texas. More than 50 companies and consultants were involved in the successful completion of the new entertainment complex, featuring a Live Nation Pavilion with an 8,000-seat capacity, popular retail shops and restaurants, and a 100,000-square-foot office tower.
Ware Malcomb completed civil engineering services for the Trails at Coal Creek, a new home community in Lafayette, Colo. Ware Malcomb’s civil engineering services included realigning the floodplain in one reach of the creek and construction of a 60-foot-long pedestrian bridge across the creek.
Local environmental groups announced their support for changes to Austin’s land development code that will help reduce water pollution and flooding severity. The proposals will require future developments to retain a minimum amount of rainwater with onsite features, and to limit the amount of runoff flowing into the city’s drainage system.
Ryan Companies US, Inc. announced plans for Pullman Crossings, a transformational, 50+-acre industrial park with Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives (CNI) that will support as many as 1,000 full-time and construction jobs, generate more than $100 million dollars of investment and be a further catalyst for growth and opportunity in the historic Chicago/Pullman community.
Dewberry, a privately held professional services firm, was recognized with a 2016 Land Conservation Award in the Large Commercial category from Fairfax County, Va., for its site/civil engineering and land planning development and design work on Innovation Center South for Rocks Engineering Company.
Latitude 33 Planning & Engineering announced that the San Diego City Council approved Unitas at Pacific Highlands Ranch. The residential project is one of several recent achievements by Latitude 33’s Planning Department.
Amtrak designated a team lead by Riverside Investment & Development Co. as the Master Developer for commercial elements of Chicago Union Station (CUS) and neighboring Amtrak-owned properties.