RVA Reality Check
On Tuesday, Koontz-Bryant principals George Bryant and Martha Shotwell participated in the Urban Land Institute's (ULI's) "RVA Reality Check." Working in groups of ten, about 300 people from the region mapped their visions of Richmond's economic growth.
Martha Shotwell said, "I enjoyed walking around the room and seeing what the other groups came up with. There seemed to be a commonality of vision among the groups. I look forward to hearing the full report when ULI has compiled the results."
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The “Shocking” Benefits of Shock Pads
By Andy Sisson,
Project Manager, Koontz-Bryant, P.C.
“Can we cut the shock pad?” All too often, as owners and designers work to get synthetic turf projects in line with budgets, the answer to this question is yes. The current breed of infilled synthetic turf systems are designed to provide a safe playing surface with only the resilient infill providing cushioning. The addition of a shock pad under the synthetic turf has benefits... Read more about it »
Condemnation, the Virginia Constitution, and
What Will it Mean to Development
By Dan Jamison,
Group Manager, Koontz-Bryant, P.C.
The November 6th election didn’t bring any change in the White House, but it did bring about a change to the Constitution of Virginia. The Virginia Eminent Domain Amendment, Question 1 was on the ballot as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment where it was approved by over 82% of the Virginia voters. The changes... Read more about it »
WHEN INCHES COUNT…
By John Hiatt, Senior Party Chief, Koontz-Bryant, P.C.
Today is another example of why I love my job. Surveying is everywhere and can be applied to just about anything. Whether you take advantage of today’s technology or kick it old school, the end product is the same. Today was as simple as measuring a distance from beginning point “A” to an ending point “B”. It wasn’t a construction job or a boundary survey, but a charity benefit... Read more about it »
Chesterfield Working to Adopt New FEMA Flood Maps
Koontz-Bryant has received inquiries by our clients concerning the revised Flood Insurance Rate Maps for Chesterfield County. The revised maps are not currently posted on the FEMA website but are available for review at the Environmental Engineering Office located at the Chesterfield Courthouse Complex. FEMA adopted the new maps June 18, 2012 and Chesterfield has until December 18, 2012 to amend the County Flood Ordinance. The current maps are based on a 1983 flood study.... Read more about it »
Are Nutrient Offsets the Cost Effective Answer to Your
Stormwater Quality Compliance?
Developers and property owners are often on the hook for expensive BMPs or manufactured stormwater devices to meet increasingly stringent water quality standards. Nutrient Offsets have emerged as a new tool to control development costs associated with stormwater quality. Read more about it »
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