ColeJenest and Stone provided land planning and civil engineering services for the 600-acre West of Sutton tract. The project consists of 31 town home and 607 single-family residential lots. Work included detailed site analysis, master planning, roadway engineering, grading, storm drainage and sanitary sewer and water distribution plans.
Over 50% of the site was preserved as open space. Specific attention was given toward locating a series of nature trails to connect to existing areas of the neighborhood and provide linkages throughout the entire mixed-use development. The extensive trail network connects directly to the Catawba River and will become part of a comprehensive regional trail network along the entire river corridor. The trail will also extend to the northeast and make an important link to the Ann Springs Close Greenway and eventually to a greenway planned along Sugar Creek connecting York and Mecklenburg Counties.
ColeJenest & Stone worked closely with the developer and contractor to prepare cost estimates for each development phase. Our firm provided submittal and coordination of all site-related permits, preparation of site Construction Documents and construction administration.