The Myrtle Beach area is exploding with growth in the number of single-family housing developments, and before the groundbreaking and building of any of these hundreds of homes can even commence, DRG makes it all possible.
Our team of professionals provides civil engineering for all stages of single-family home development, from permitting, design and surveying through construction, with only the highest level of expertise and customer service to ensure success, time after time. It’s only with our clients’ success that we also find success.
Here are a few more details on the types of services we can offer single-family home development projects of all sizes:
- Feasibility Studies: When your development project needs additional analysis (zoning constraints, environmental limitations or more) before moving onto the next step, we’ll be there to offer you the best solution for your situation.
- Civil Land & Site Development: Maneuvering through the permit requirements and plan approvals in this industry can be a challenge, which is why we’re here with the experience and proven track record of success to do it for you.
- Site Grading: Before the contractor can fully execute a project’s design, we enter in with site grading plans that survey and lay out the placement of buildings, floor elevations, surrounding amenities buildings, contours, grades and nearby elevations.
- Stormwater Management: These plans are required by the local approval agency to make sure stormwater runoff doesn’t increase post-development and we are fully prepared to mitigate the process.
- Drainage & Floodplain Studies: This study is especially crucial in our coastal area, complete with all of the pertinent details of potential impacts to public safety, when presenting it to the agency.
- Utilities/Infrastructure: When needed, we’ll prepare plans for a proposed development’s public utilities and/or infrastructure to municipality requirements, including the size, location and type of utility.
- Post-Construction: Even when the project is completed, municipalities require completed documents and certifications.