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Our civil engineering services provide a comprehensive set of solutions to make your project successful. Below is a sample of the services we provide.

Civil Engineering Services

  • Construction Plan Preparation

    We prepare civil site plans for any type of project – residential, commercial or industrial.
    A thoughtful approach is taken to each project, as your project is very unique. From the piece of property it sits on, to the municipality’s regulations, to your vision for the final project, it all must be taken into account to make it successful.

  • Stormwater Management

    As stormwater becomes more and more regulated, you need a consultant on top of the changes and who understands your options.
    Stormwater management has become the single most challenging component of most projects. And over the last decade, the regulations governing stormwater have only become more complicated. Couple that with the fact that each state, county and city has their own unique twist on what is required to manage and treat stormwater, you need a consultant with a broad depth of knowledge. Blue Landworks has been a proactive consultant, having assisted Gwinnett County in developing regulations to govern stormwater management on redevelopment project.
    Do you pay a stormwater utility fee? Chances are you do and you may not even know it. And you also have opportunities to reduce that fee. Contact us to discuss how we can assist you to apply for fee credits you may be eligible for that could save you thousands of dollars.

  • Floodplain Studies and FEMA Coordination

    Whether it’s a LOMR/CLOMR or just a floodplain study of a large creek, we have the experience to prepare the model you need.

  • Due Diligence & Site Assessment

    Need to know what you’re getting into before you invest in a project?
    We can prepare a comprehensive report on your proposed project that includes everything from entitlements, zoning requirements, deed research, utility locations and any other aspect of the development process to give you a clear picture of the challenges and a path to success.

  • Erosion Control Plans

    While just one aspect of the construction plan preparation, erosion control represents one of the most critical aspects in construction.
    Having a plan in place to guide erosion control on a project isn’t just a legal requirement – it represents one of the most litigious aspects of your project if not properly designed and implemented. Our Level II certified design professionals on staff will assist you in developing a plan for your project.

  • Permitting Assistance

    As your project goes through the permitting process, we can assist you with coordination with review agencies, addressing comments, answering questions and permit expediting.
    Permitting is usually the longest and most challenging aspect to making a project successful. Moving through that process in a timely and efficient manner is a key component to making your project successful.

  • Georgia DOT Entrance and Utility Permits

    Put our experience to work for you.
    A project on Georgia DOT right-of-way will have requirements that are unique and the experience of successfully obtaining permits through Georgia DOT is an important aspect to consider. We have that experience and can assist you in acquiring the necessary permits from Georgia DOT.

  • Sidewalks and Trails

    Combined with our in house surveying, you’ve got the complete package right here.
    Sidewalk and trail plans are often even more survey intensive than they are design intensive – so go with a firm that has both in house.

Where we have professionals licensed

  • Georgia
  • North Carolina
  • South Carolina
  • Texas

And we’re registered with the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES), allowing us to expedite licensure.

Project Types

  • Residential Subdivisions
  • Commercial Buildings, Subdivisions and Malls
  • Sidewalks
  • Redevelopments
  • Recreation facilities and parks
  • Sports fields and golf courses
  • Office and municipal buildings
  • Pubic infrastructure
  • Roads and streets
  • Driveways and improvements on local and state right-of-way