Land Planning

Land Planning ServicesPlanning how to develop a plot of land is not easy. It takes the right mix of creativity and finesse with the ability to see the big picture and execute it. Often, competing forces can create so many roadblocks that land planning projects eventually fail to pencil out.

Lean on Our Expertise

Amid all of these challenges, it’s nice to have a civil engineering partner who understands the development process from start to finish and how to overcome potential roadblocks. Since 1982, Adobe Associates has been helping its clients to realize the potential of their land through land development.

Achieve the Right Balance

We’ve got the right mix of skills and experience you need to balance environmental, community, individual, economic and regulatory needs. Getting all of these diverse factors working together is what we do best. We combine technical expertise and creativity with our years of experience to maximize the value of your land development project.

We Guide Your Project through the Regulatory Process

You’ll find we are honest and timely in our communications. We work with you to find the most practical way to build your land development project and present it to the local agencies. Over the years we’ve built strong relationships with the local authorities so that we can make the regulatory process as smooth and pain-free as possible.

Our Land Planning Services include:

  • Site Exploration and Evaluation
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Rural Land Evaluation for both Residential and Commercial Uses
  • Thorough, Up-Front Proposals
  • Preliminary Design
  • Cost Estimates
  • Public Agency Coordination
  • Liaison with Agencies and Private Entities
  • Low Impact Development
  • Sustainable Site Design

From Weblog

June 28, 2017

The State of California released a new Industrial General Permit in July of 2015 (2014-0057-DWQ) that increased the types of industrial facilities that are required to obtain coverage as well as transitioned the reporting to be done electronically.  The Industrial General Permit regulates storm water and authorized non-storm water discharges for industrial facilities that fall under nine federally defined categories of industrial activities. 

These categories are:

  1. Facilities... Full post »


Our Clients Say

Steve, Greg and Denise - Nancy and I are truly grateful for your professionalism, honesty and highly skilled service since about 2000. You told us what we needed to hear ("no...
I just wanted to let you know that the torrential rains of this seasons did not create a single puddle on our property.  The drainage work you did worked to perfection....