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Carriage Crossing Subdivision Development

Tolland, Connecticut

Services: Site Engineering, Land Surveying, Site Development, Underground Utilities 
Clients Served: Real Estate Development

The Carriage Crossing Subdivision was built on 166 acres of undeveloped land in the northern section of Tolland, Connecticut. The project leveraged Loureiro’s unique design-build capabilities, including expertise in regulatory permitting, as well as, surveying, extensive engineering, design, and construction experience.

The site consisted of wooded uplands, shrub swamps, marsh meadows and open water aquatic beds. Through careful planning and design considerations in conjunction with local, state, and federal regulatory agencies, Loureiro has built a unique neighborhood integrated with extensive open space and conservation easement areas.

Extensive stormwater quality and hydraulic attenuation and other low impact development (LID) features were incorporated into this project, including the use of on-site natural features to protect water quality, extensive use of conservation easements, and controlled site and lot clearing.

Highlights

  • Boundary and Construction Survey
  • Conceptual planning of the site including infrastructure and home placement
  • Construction of 8,200 feet of paved roadway and underground utilities
  • Low-impact stormwater design
  • Detailed design of the roads, site grading, drainage facilities, and power/communications
  • Public presentations for local approvals
  • Preparation of the Army Corps. of Engineering Permit application package
  • Detailed design of each individual building lot including on-site well and septic, walks, landscaping and grading