At BIG RED DOG, we strive to make sure that our clients are well informed about the ins and outs of their projects from day one. One of the earliest parts of a new development project is the assessment of what our clients have to work with and the possibility that their desired site will be available for the type of development they want. These reports are called Site Investigation Reports (SIRs), and they are vital to clients early in a project.
We prepare these reports to determine any roadblocks that may prevent or slow the development of a project as it progresses. A site investigation report provides a complete and thorough analysis of a proposed project site. Because of professional civil engineers’ expertise in the field, and a vast knowledge of City codes and regulations, having a professional team like BIG RED DOG perform your site investigation is essential.
We understand that each project site is different, and they each bring their own unique challenges. That’s why our investigation and research of your subject property is extremely thorough. Some of the key points involved with our reports include property ownership, existing easements, entitlement requirements, previously approved City documents, drainage concerns, traffic concerns, and more. To perform a thorough investigation, our team personally visits each site, researches and reviews all accessible documents, and communicates with City officials on your behalf.
In anticipation of a site investigation, we ask our clients to prepare site boundary data, and make any known title reports, deeds, or property surveys readily available for our review. As always, our clients can always trust that they will experience the best possible service from BIG RED DOG every step of the way.