Regardless of the scope of the project, don’t break ground, pave over, plan for that addition, or regrade your property without understanding all of the permits and requirements involved. Whether you are a residential or a commercial property owner, almost any improvement or construction project you undertake will require a survey, a permit, both … or several.
That’s where All-County & Associates (ACA) can help. Our comprehensive knowledge of all local, state and federal regulations combined with our skilled services and innovative solutions can help ensure your project’s compliance. Our goal is to keep you out of trouble rather than get you out of trouble, saving you time and money.
Know your property lines! As properties age, corner markers can be disturbed, and boundary lines become blurred. A boundary survey can ensure that potential issues with encroachments, easements, and so on are documented and, if necessary, remediated.
Some projects may require a topographical survey, which details a property’s elevations and changes in contours as well as both manmade and natural features, such as existing buildings, hills, streams, fences, and so on.
Subdivision Land Development
Whether you want to subdivide a parcel of land for a loved one or develop multiple buildings on a 20-acre tract of land, ACA can get you started. We can help you navigate local zoning and development ordinances and comply with all permitting requirements. Land development is a complex and detailed process, and we can put our experience and knowledge to work for you so you can manage your project in full compliance.
Septic & Sewer
New home construction may necessitate the installation of a sewage disposal (septic) system, depending on location. ACA can perform the necessary tests and identify the permit(s) needed for a new or replacement septic system. ACA also can evaluate a parcel for sewer system installation and identify what permit(s) would be needed for new sewer system construction or replacement.
Comprehensive Building Permit Plan
An ACA building permit plan will reflect all proposed improvements to the property. These include (but are not limited to): boundary and topographic surveys, elevations and grading, proposed utilities, stormwater management controls, erosion control, and a detailed footprint of the structure, including dimensions.
ACA has helped uncounted property owners transform their properties, and we can help you! Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (610) 469-3830.