If you are looking for land to build on or have acquired land are seeking to develop a design and construction program, the mix of locality, county and state requirements and compliance with the Chesapeake Bay Act are all considerations that can impact design costs and timelines, and directly affect your facilities construction.
Many large projects require transportation studies to determine if changes or additional roads, turning lanes, etc. are needed to get into and out of the property. Current and planned zoning changes to an area can directly impact property purchase price and who will be able to build near your property in the future.
Once you have acquired the land, the matters of environmental compliance, mixed-use and ability to repurpose, parking and limitations on future expansion are all issues requiring detailed vetting, and expense.
At Metropolitan Facilities Solutions, Inc., we translate visions into complete construction projects. We then develop checks and balances to ensure that your ideas are executable, ensuring that your internal and external stakeholders understand your objectives. We oversee the entire project from start to finish, acting as an honest broker to ensure the best outcome for all stakeholders.