Intro to Final Engineering – $95

FramingThis course provides an introduction to the final engineering plans prepared by civil engineers, which are used as the basis for grading and site improvements. The sessions will cover what prerequisites are needed to start preparing such plans, and how a civil engineer undertakes the process of preparing both the grading and site improvement plans. A discussion of a final tract map is also presented as the third element of final engineering. As well, the approval and permitting process through a City or County is described and explained.

Course Length: Approximately 3 – 4 Hours
Session 1 – Overview of Final Engineering
Session 2 – Prerequisites for FE Plans
Session 3 – Grading Plans
Session 4 – Improvement Plans
Session 5 – Final Map
Session 6 – City Processing

john kaye

John Kaye has over 30 years experience within the land development and homebuilding industries, having held senior management positions with The Irvine Company, Koll Real Estate Group, and Brookfield Homes. As a developer, John has overseen the land acquisition, entitlements, and development of master planned communities, residential tracts, urban infill sites, and land assemblages. His experience and skill sets include land acquisition, land brokerage, project management, market analysis, finance, and strategic planning.

ryan wauffle

Ryan Waufle has over 18 years of planning and engineering experience with an emphasis in residential, commercial, and institutional development. As a Senior Project Manager with Pasco Laret Suiter & Associates, Ryan’s responsibilities include grading and improvement plan design, tentative and final maps, erosion control plans, utility plan layout and design, cost estimating, entitlement processing, and overall project management. His experience has included large residential subdivisions, urban infill projects, commercial retail centers, and educational facilities.

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