Towering Pines West is a residential subdivision in the Town of Greenville near the Outagamie County Aiport. This subdivision plat is actually a second addition of the Towering Pines subdivision that was first developed in 2014. The photo is of the regional storm water pond developed with the help of the Town of Greenville that serves the Towering Pines projects as well as some future development lands. This project is the cummulation of sveral years of work to address storm water impacts to a downstream karst landscape. This project also included special consideration for bird deterents due to proximity to the Outagamie County Airport.
In the fall of 2015, we were challenged to complete an ALTA survey of the entire campus of Ripon College. The survey was comprised of 33 parcels, containing 246 acres of land and needed to be done by a date certain. The project was encompassed within an area measuring 1.5 miles by .75 miles. It took 306 man hours and 6 weeks to complete.
The successful completion of this project was an entire team effort. The key players were Scott Andersen leading the field work with some assistance from Lydia Flood. The drafting was a collaborative effort by Jim Sehloff, Scott Andersen, Katie DeMarco and Mitch Bauer. A special thanks to Tyler Thiry for picking up the local projects, this helped complete the project in a timely fashion.
White Hawk Meadows North is an addition to White Hawk Meadows, which was originally developed in 2004, by the same developer. The project is east of Lynndale and north of Grand Chute Boulevard in the Town of Grand Chute. Plans for the North addition began in 2007, but were stalled by the economic downturn in the housing market. The first phase of the North addition began in 2014 and opened in December, this phase of 33 lots sold out almost immediately. A second phase started in June of 2015 and opened in the fall of 2015 and provides another 35 lots. The project features walking trails and a nice setting along a navigable stream. The project is located near the Town of Grand Chute municipal complex and also Bubolz Nature Preserve.

Our involvement with this project began in 2007 and evolved into essentially a total redesign as was necessary to regain all approval and permits for construction. Our services included platting, engineering of streets, storm sewers, water mains, sanitary sewers, and storm water management. We have also managed the construction for the client by obtaining bids, administering contracts, and performing construction layout for the contractors.