Land & Site Development
LAN understands the intricacies of land development for commercial, residential, multi-family and recreational projects. Our engineers can provide the full realm of services for land planning and master planning of housing facilities, office parks, industrial parks, shopping malls, strip centers, hotels, and other real estate developments. LAN has exemplary qualifications and abilities for land development projects and qualified, experienced personnel to perform the work.
Our land developers are locally based and specialize in obtaining the necessary permits and approvals to achieve our client’s development goals. Our planners and engineers are sensitive to the best utilization of land and work with developers to differentiate their development—ultimately bringing more value to the project. From feasibility studies and design services through construction inspection and contract closeout, LAN can provide expert assistance for any size project.
Our services include preparation of plans and specifications for utility and paving improvements, water production and wastewater treatment facilities, storm water management facilities and special structures. Utility district services include preparation of preliminary engineering reports for district creation, preparation of bond applications, and district engineering consultation services.
Land & Site Development Leadership
Bill Rosenbaum, P.E.
Senior Associate, Manager-Development/District Engineering
Bill Rosenbaum has more than 37 years of experience delivering planning services, preliminary design, detailed design, bidding, and construction administration engineering services to municipalities, local governments, and businesses for a wide variety of projects. His experience includes master plans, feasibility studies, utility rate studies, impact fee studies, preliminary engineering studies, design plans and specifi cations, and construction administration for all facets of infrastructure improvement. He has been responsible for district creations, bond issues, permits, regulatory compliance, annexations, consolidations, and operations. He currently serves as District Engineer for several municipal utility districts, including the Clear Lake City Water Authority (population 100,000), where he is responsible for design and construction of all water, wastewater, drainage, and facility projects.