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Subdivision/Land Development

Keystone Consulting Engineers (KCE) is well-versed in all aspects of subdivision and land development.  KCE has forty-five years of experience providing quality civil engineering and planning services to private and public clients. We presently have in-house support staff consisting of  twelve licensed professional engineers and four licensed surveyors, a registered geologist and landscape architect, soil scientists, traffic designers and GIS specialists employed by our company to serve the needs of our clientele.  Our staff is exceptionally well-versed in all aspects of the land development approval process, including residential subdivisions, commercial and industrial development, and has a long track record of obtaining local and regulatory agency approvals for a wide range of projects, including environmental permits for storm water (NPDES), erosion and sedimentation pollution controls, as well as construction requirements.  We possess a unique familiarity with local Zoning and Subdivision Ordinances in over thirty municipalities within an 8-county area in the greater Lehigh Valley and Pocono Region. The following are some of these services KCE offers to our clients:

• property boundary and topography surveys
• subdivision and land development plans
• conceptual plan layouts
• site grading plans and individual lot grading plans
• legal descriptions for easements and rights-of-way
• seek zoning relief approvals
• conditional use applications
• stormwater management plans
• traffic signal analysis and signal design plans
• traffic impact studies
• on-lot and municipal water plans and sanitary facility plans
• erosion and sedimentation control plans
• wetlands verification and delineation
• initial geologic site investigations for storm water infiltration
• Karst hazard assessments
• feasibility studies
• PA DEP approvals
• design of site infrastructure
• re-alignment of roadways
• designing of highway improvements
• sanitary pump stations