CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICES

We partner with our clients through the complete cycle of the development of their project, from preliminary project planning and entitlements through precise civil engineering design and construction administration. As land development specialist, we provide comprehensive design strategies to address the unique challenges for each specific project. We pride ourselves on producing the most complete and construction ready plan sets in Iron County. Go Civil provides a wide range of civil engineering services including; feasibility studies, master planning, subdivisions, drainage design/hydrology, culinary water systems, construction management, roadway design and more.

Land Development

 

Go Civil Engineering specializes in land development, taking vacant land and developing it based on our client’s vision. We are licensed to practice civil engineering in Utah, California, Arizona, and Nevada. 

Land Planning and Feasibility 

The first step in any project is meeting with land owners to discuss their vision for the property. The key to a successful project is planning with our clients to determine timelines, what will be required, anticipating challenges and often times preparing an engineer's opinion of probable cost.  We also prepare preliminary lot layouts to help owners, developers and real estate agents to help them understand what could be done with land based on parcel acreage and zoning. 

Grading Plans and Improvement Plans 

At the core of land development is construction drawings that incorporate grading, drainage, and utility design. Whether your expanding a parking lot, building a commercial development, or subdividing land for pad ready lots we are experts at designing improvements that work based on the unique field conditions with any project.  

Hydrology and Drainage Studies 

Go Civil Engineering provides a wide array of hydrology and technical reports preparation to evaluate development impacts to a project or watershed. Whether your project is residential or commercial, we can prepare the required study based on the municipal requirements which can include drainage studies, hydrology analysis, Storm Water Prevention Pollution Plans, erosion control plans, incorporating Best Management Practices/Low Impact Development into site design. We utilize Autodesk's Storm and Sanitary Sewer Analysis to model larger projects and specialize in detention and retention basin designs to minimize the down stream impacts of new development.

Subdivisions and Planned Unit Developments

Combining the elements listed above summarizes the full process of a typical subdivision project. The majority of our land development project are subdivisions or Planned Unit Developments within Cedar City and Iron County. These projects require initial topography surveys, subdivision layout, zoning, municipality coordination, engineering design, project management and coordination with both the client and municipalities to stream line the process for approval.