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We offer a wide range of site plans as per your needs. Site plans for different applications including commercial, residential and industrial. A site plan is an architectural plan, landscape architecture document, and a detailed engineering drawing of proposed improvements to a given lot. Home and property improvements can result in significant changes to your residence and outdoor space including landscaping and backyard.
A site plan usually shows a building footprint, travel ways, parking, drainage facilities, sanitary sewer lines, water lines, trails, lighting, and landscaping and garden elements. Whether you do the work yourself or hire an architect, builder, or a contractor, the desired change to your property normally starts with a plan.
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Site Plan Drafting Services
We at URCADServices offer Site Plan Drafting services for a variety of applications. A site plan is a "set of construction drawings that a builder or contractor uses to make improvements to a property. Counties can use the site plan to verify that development codes are being met and as a historical resource. Site plans are often prepared by a design consultant who must be either a licensed engineer, architect, landscape architect or land surveyor". A site plan is a readable map or a residential diagram depicting the plot of land on which the house sits, along with landscape topography and any exterior features or structures such as a detached garage, in-ground swimming pool, large trees, fencing, utility poles and power lines, driveways, easements, etc.
Site plans includes site analysis, building elements, and planning of various types including transportation and urban. Site plans are generally diagrams that county / city governments require for their records to ensure local and state building codes are adhered to. A residential site plan depicts everything within the property lines; namely, basic topography, pathways, building structures, and utility lines. Because homeowners may make rather significant changes to their property, government is also the resource to retain site plans for historical records.