Advanced GeoServices has been on the design team for some of the largest residential developments in the Delaware Valley. Our expertise with the latest Stormwater Management Design practices has led to innovative designs on a number of successful residential projects in the area. Our planning and design techniques find the balance between respecting the natural features on the site and maximizing the value of the development.
Services Provided to the Residential Market:
• Property Surveys
• Zoning / Land Development Applications
• Master Planning
• Site Design
• Zoning Analysis
• Wetland / Floodplain Delineation / Mitigation
• Landscape Architecture
• Site Engineering
• Stormwater Management
• Hydrologic / Hydraulic Modeling (HEC1/HEC RAS)
• Environmental / Community Impact Studies
• Open Space Planning / Park Design
• Site Lighting
• Permitting Coordination
• Streetscape Design
For more information, contact:
Barry G. Stingel, RLA
Liseter Residential Development in Newtown Township, PA
Formerly known as Ashford, Liseter is a 449-mixed unit residential development that embraces environmental considerations at its core. Special and very specific efforts were made to minimize woodland, stream, and slope disturbances. Various Best Management Practices were incorporated to preserve the high quality of nearby Crum Creek. Intensive design allowed us to eliminate the need for conventional detention basins.
Waterside Development Brownfield Reclamation in Bensalem Township, PA
This 600-unit brownfield development site is situated along the Delaware River. In an effort to inject energy back into this used and abused site, Advanced GeoServices instilled a genuine sense of community through creative and essential design considerations. Anchoring this community to its true asset, the Delaware River, is a 9-acre waterfront park that embraces the natural environment. Included are protected, restored, and created wetlands, significant tree preservation, and a new trail system with seating and native plant landscape design.
Daylesford Abbey Development in Paoli, PA
This 40+-acre site is situated along Devon Road. Comprised of a few small residential structures, it has been reportedly used as farmland. The proposal envisions the development of 55 new single-family homes. In preparation for a high-quality design focused on stormwater management, Advanced GeoServices conducted several studies and investigations to model subsurface conditions and identify any potential issues. Stormwater Best Management Practices were used to ensure our goal.
Siena Place Development in Philadelphia, PA
Located in South Philadelphia, this 57-acre site formerly housed military personnel working in the Navy Yard. This new 313-unit townhome development is less than one mile from the Philadelphia Sports Complex. Involved from start to finish, Advanced GeoServices played major roles in almost every step of the design and construction processes. With the Schuylkill River classified as a WWF-MF warm water fishery by state code, protection of its watershed should be a common goal. We embraced this fact and designed with Stormwater Best Management Practices as our framework. In doing so, we are able to control the volume and quality of runoff from the site.
Penns Manor Development in Kennett Township, PA
This 60-acre parcel of land was formerly farm land between enclosing housing developments. Fitting into place like a piece of the puzzle, this 162-unit townhome design seeks to do more than fill a void. It sought to exemplify how water-conscious design can work. Advanced GeoServices embraced this challenge and resulted with a design that emphasizes the introduction of stormwater back into the ground on-site. We approached this project with stormwater innovation as a goal, taking part in survey, site/civil design, and landscape architecture.
Magnolia Place Development in Kennett Township, PA
This 8.5-acre property is currently the site of a vacant grocery restore and asphalt parking lot. The remaining area is half-maintained grass and brush. The proposed design includes a 79-townhome and duplex residential subdivision and a mixed-use retail/residential building. This design intends to not only fill a housing void in the town, but also seeks to protect the West Branch Red Clay Creek, a classified trout stream, to its near west. Advanced GeoServices embraced stormwater Best Management Practices to control the quantity and quality of runoff to preserve this amenity for future generations.