When we were contacted about a prominent brewery owner in Seattle purchasing a waterfront lot in Fauntleroy, we learned quickly that the feasibility period was extremely tight for the purchase. They needed a detailed survey to ensure they could design their proposed new structure and account for steep slope and shoreline setbacks. Upon initial mapping efforts, we had access issues. On the first site visit, we were not allowed to obtain data on the neighboring property for offsite Environmentally Critical Area (ECA) mapping requirements, which we knew would impact the design effort dramatically.
After extensive coordination with the realtor and architect for access to the neighboring property, we resolved the offsite mapping requirement and were able to make a return visit immediately to expedite scheduling and delivery.
- Gained access to the neighboring property that was not initially attainable
- Kept the project on task and on time while working through adverse circumstances
- Feasibility and design went forward with no review comments or delays from the city
With all hands on deck, we delivered a difficult project ahead of schedule and, the client kicked in pony kegs of beer for our office. A win/win.
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