Successful land development is achieved through mutual collaboration. Pond’s dedicated planners, engineers and architects can create the right context that enhances quality of residential life while remaining economically viable.
Thoughtful, planned land development is critical in creating vibrant and growing communities. Our land development professionals collaborate with federal, state, municipal, and private clients to design infrastructure for economic drivers such as national defense installations, transportation hubs, and industrial campuses. However these components could not ultimately succeed without the supporting development of residential and mixed-use neighborhoods; commercial/retail space; office buildings; health and education facilities; and public recreation areas. Our team is experienced in providing complete design services for all of these areas for both private and public sector clients.
Each project, regardless of the ultimate land use, includes analysis of economic feasibility, constructability, and end-user experience, providing additional value to our clients. We have extensive practical experience working on a variety of projects around the globe. This experience allows us to share best practices and alternative design options with you and deliver on your unique vision.
Our team has the right mix of professionals to assist with projects from initial master planning, to design, permitting and construction administration. We also function as an extension of staff for select cities, providing on-call municipal design services and plan review.
- Due Diligence & Feasibility Studies
- Zoning & Entitlements
- Public Hearings & Community Engagements
- Master Planning & Site Design
- Architecture & Urban Design
- Engineering & Infrastructure Analysis
- Local, State & Federal Permitting
- Environmental & Sustainable Design
Kevin Hendrix, PE, LEED AP
Director of Civil Engineering
Mitchell Davis, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
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