Conquering The Maze
Even though the 2011 Legislative relaxed the 1985 Growth Management Regulations somewhat, developers are still frustrated with multiple layers of bureaucracy, and landowners who don’t keep abreast of everyday regulations may see their property lose value. That’s where LMA comes in.
We’re here to help you find your way out of the maze of intricate water, drainage, traffic system and permitting regulations. We have the experience, techniques and computer software to develop your project in its highest and best use – while meeting Federal, State and Local regulations. LMA knows who to see and what permits have to be secured. We keep abreast of all changes in regulations, so new variables are covered and unexpected obstacles avoided.
Planning and Building
LMA can take your private or public development project from the drawing board through completion. Feasibility studies, conceptual planning, construction plans, permitting and construction observation – we do it all with experienced project managers and the latest in high-tech computer equipment.
Many civil engineers use CAD (computer-aided drafting), but we go a step further. At LMA, CAD means computer-aided design. We do three-dimensional designing of projects (known as digital terrain models or DTMs) for optimum design at minimum cost. LMA project managers are on-the-go from day one of your project. The latest in portable communications equipment allows us to provide you with quick response at all stages of the project, whether it is:
- SF Lots
- Shopping Malls
- Public Facilities
LMA produces quality results quickly on private or public projects anywhere in Florida.
The Secret of Success
Landon, Moree, & Associates will efficiently and accurately develop your civil engineering project. Before forming LMA – in 1985, John C. Landon, P.E., was a corporate manager for one of Florida’s largest consulting engineering firms. He realized that a thousand-man firm does not always provide the personalized attention your project may require.
LMA can understand your concept, determine financial and technical feasibility, then develop the idea through planning and engineering stages into a functional development program or facility.