Request GIS International To Take A Walk With You On Your Proposed Building
Site And We Can Perform A Site Evaluation
If You Are Eager To Find Out What Our Professional Site Development Experts
Can Tell You About Your Planned Build Site, Ask GIS To Perform A Formal Site
When you have already acquired land or if you have a site that you are thinking about
purchasing, then inviting our site experts to walk the site with you can provide you with
unique insights and open your eyes to possibilities that you may not have realized.
As we conduct our site evaluation, we will analyze a variety of factors that can impact
your site and your planned build.
We typically like to visit the site with you so that you can show us the exact location that
you are planning to build, and also share with us the characteristics that you like most
about the site. As we walk the site with you our vision will take hold and we will share
ideas that can truly enhance your planned project. A lot of times we all need to put
boots on the ground in order to see the possibilities of a site. Not only will we
experience various challenges, we will also realize opportunities.
As we study the site, we will look at the topography, the native foliage and streams or
waterways, drainage, forestation, and also look to identify the environmental factors that
we should consider as we plan the build. We will likely take a lot of pictures to keep a
record that can positively influence the architectural plans and drawings in the future.
When we have completed a site assessment, it can include a variety of information and
factors, including potential variations for land use, such as:
- We will examine the “whole site” including topographical features, buildings and
building orientation/ placement on site.
- The location of the primary building or residence.
- The planned location of associated structures and infrastructure such as access
and pathways or appropriate use of space between structures.
- The planned location for the garage or parking structure(s).
- Access roads and the potential pathway for the driveway and parking, and how to
properly allow for vehicles to maneuver.
- The direction and planned primary view from the home.
- Clearly, the complexity of the site planning process will vary with the scale and
nature of the proposed development, and the constraints existing on the site.
Minor development may only require a site plan and accompanying narrative.
Whereas sites that are highly constrained may result in more detailed plans and
supporting technical reports being submitted with the development application.
Together We Can Use Your Site Evaluation To Assess Your Plans And Make
Adjustments That Will Improve Your Plan
Our site assessment can have an impact on the future design of your building. With a
thorough professional assessment in place, designers can account for the results that
were identified in the evaluation to take advantage of the site’s unique features, and to
account for the building site constraints. Every site inherently carries both opportunities
and constraints, and our team of experts knows how to properly manage the constraints
and leverage the opportunities the site provides to give you an outstanding result.
After Site Evaluation Is Complete, We Begin Construction Site Planning Phase
With a strong site evaluation and assessment in place, we are prepared to take on the
site planning process. We use principles geared to improve development outcomes
through sustainability and quality.