Site/Civil Engineering

The world of consulting engineering is ever growing and evolving, and we’re not just talking about small trends. With the consistent interaction of our team, we remain at the forefront of the business of Site/Civil Engineering and Consulting.  We take pride in engaging project stakeholders immediately upon contract so that all expectations may be clearly explained and a clear schedule of tasks and responsibilities may be generated to ensure the project is a success for the entire project team.

drainage design


Construction Administration


Construction Plans

Most land development projects require construction plans to be prepared for agency review and approval prior to the start of construction.  Typical site/civil contruction plans include:

  • Cover Sheet
  • Existing Conditions/Demolition Plan
  • Site Development Plan
  • Site Grading Plan
  • Site Utility Plan
  • Road Plan & Profile 
  • Storm Sewer Plan & Profile
  • Sanitary Sewer Main Plan & Profile
  • Erosion Control Plans
  • Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans
  • Construction Details & Specifications
  • Landscape Plans

entitlement assistance

Entitlements are the initial approvals generally needed for the issuance of permits for construction activities.  Entitlement agencies vary from project to project based on the type of project and its location.  Most projects require the approval of a local city/town planning and zoning department, engineering department and various boards and commissions.  Fritz Engineering Services, LLC has navigated these agencies with great success by using an upfront coordination approach.  Agency Entitlements may include:

  • City/Town
    • Planning & Zoning
    • Engineering
    • Board of Public Works
    • Council
  • Utility Providers
    • Water Main Extension / Service
    • Sanitary Sewer Main Extension / Service
    • Electrical/Power Service
    • Natural Gas Service
    • Cable/Data/Phone Service
  • County
    • Plan Commission
    • Drainage Board / Surveyor's Office
  • State
    • Indiana Dept. of Environmental Management
      • Rule 5 Notice of Intent for Construction Activities
    • State Design Release