Maurer-Stutz, Inc. provided topographic survey, boundary survey, engineering design, and construction phase services for a phased subdivision. The entire subdivision will have 90 lots when complete. It is located in a Tax Increment Financing District, which required additional coordination with the City of Elmwood.
Five phases have been constructed in 2005, 2006, 2011, and 2013. Section 1 included 24 lots and off-site storm sewer; Section 1A had 9 lots and a new entrance to State Highway 78; Extension 3 had 14 lots, off-site storm sewer, the beginning of the boulevard section of Hurff Drive and a water main loop for future Hickory Run; Extensions 4 & 5 were constructed together, had 34 lots, included off-site storm sewer and sanitary sewer, and connected Hwy 78 to Extension 3.
Site design included subdivision infrastructure design of lots, roads, sidewalks, water main, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, grading, and storm water detention; coordination with on-site utilities, permitting, bidding, construction staking, platting, construction observation, and construction closeout.
Lakeland Place Subdivision / Canton, Illinois
Maurer-Stutz, Inc. provided topographic survey, boundary survey, engineering design, and construction phase services for a phased subdivision. The subdivision has 12 lots for 6 duplex units. The developer was also the general contractor.
The subdivision was designed on one hole of the old golf course. The lot layout was very constricted by Highway 78, Lakeland Park Drive, and an existing pond. The subdivision layout included zero-setback lots for the duplexes. Extensive site grading was designed to allow for walk-out basements from 4 of the duplexes to the existing pond. The water supply included permitting and coordination with IDOT to cross Highway 78.
Site design included subdivision infrastructure design of lots, platting, roads, additional parking, water main, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, grading, and storm water detention; coordination with on-site utilities, permitting, and construction staking.
Lutticken’s Cove Subdivision / Pekin, Illinois
Maurer-Stutz, Inc. was retained to assist the Client with developing 24 acres into 36 residential lots. The subdivision was broken up by three large drainage ravines, all of which had to be spanned by sanitary sewers.
Responsibilities included completing a topographic survey of the 24 acres; layout of the subdivision in to 36 lots; assist the Client with subdivision platting and annexation; setting property corners; design of 3,000 feet of roadway; design of 4,000 feet of sanitary sewer; design of 3,300 feet of water main; design of 700 feet of storm sewer; design of a trailway system for pedestrians; structural design of two wooden pedestrian footbridges that also camouflaged the sanitary sewer where it crossed two of the three ravines; and permitting of water main and sanitary sewer.
The project involved cooperation with the City of Pekin and the Client to annex this property in to the City and design a subsequent sewage pumping station and force main for future subdivisions that were developed in this area.