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SITE EVALUATION

Avoid Costly Mistakes with Site Analysis

Through our 35 years of building experience, Rempel Builders has encountered and overcome almost every possible challenge

When considering a building site, there can be a few unexpected, and often hidden, problems. In fact, there are many factors that can considerably increase costs of a proposed building site.  Rempel Builders ensures that the desired site not only meets all your requirements, but isn't going to come with any unwelcome and costly surprises.

Through our 35 years of building experience, Rempel Builders has encountered and overcome almost every possible challenge on a project. We use this  knowledge to help our clients make informed decisions about their next building site.

Why Site Analysis is Important

Size

The site must be large enough to accommodate your building while accounting for future growth.

Survey

Addressing such issues as property lines, corner pins, easements and right-of-way, structures on site and a legal description.

Fees

Find out what the development fees are, such as lot levies and other “soft” costs.

Location

What are the impacts of your site with respect to local amenities, proximity to transportation networks, work force?

Geology & Drainage 

Compaction and suitability of soil for building and paving, presence of rock, possible bearing depth of the foundation.

Transportation

Investigate the availability of transportation statistics, road setbacks, access concerns, etc.

Zoning

Confirm that your site is zoned properly for your purposes.

Site Plan Approval

Build to your vision, but make sure that your facility will be one that the City/Town will approve.

Conservation

Are there regional conservation, archaeological or historical restrictions to the site?

Servicing

Check with municipal authorities to make sure you have access to water, sanitary, electricity, gas and telephone (fibre optics).

Environmental

Are there environmental concerns present on the site? Who has to pay for the clean-up?

Topography

Determine if the site is indeed as level as it looks.