There’s no substitute for a solid plan
So you’ve purchased the land for your project. Maybe you want to expand your undeveloped property. What’s next? Permit and zoning, building permits, soil testing, costs to build the project, determining what is the best way to develop your land. That is a lot of responsibility and time to invest in an area that you may not be very familiar with. Let Pinnacle help you. We’ll do the research into permit and zoning, soil testing, and—most importantly—determine the layout for your project in order for you to maximize your return on investment.
Pinnacle’s master planning abilities, design vision, and permit and zoning research provides peace of mind that everything is covered. With more than 30 years of experience, Pinnacle understands the industry disciplines and how to plan for each. Master planning is a detail-driven process, composed of several components which ultimately answer the question, ‘Is my project attainable? Am I using the best approach for the development of the site?
The process begins with an in-depth site analysis that provides invaluable information regarding the condition of the site. Pinnacle will identify any environmental issues that may be of concern, new spoils/fill areas, and soil testing if necessary. We will identify key locations for new inventory, vault storage staging areas, and new maintenance areas. Permit and zoning research is done at this time to outline the necessary steps to obtain the proper permits.
A financial analysis is also done at this time providing you with types, quantities, and potential inventory needs. Sales projections, estimates on return on investment, and preparation of the construction budget are also covered.
A feasibility study is created, providing a detailed breakdown of the information gathered during the site and financial analysis. It allows the client to see if it is feasible to continue to the next step: land-use development. The feasibility study leaves nothing to chance, providing all the information needed for the client to make a sound decision.
Once it is decided that the project is feasible, Pinnacle begins the final step of the master planning process. Key elements take place at this time regarding placement of inventory and the layout of the site. A plan is derived to decide if a mausoleum or funeral home or lawn crypt will work for that particular site.
At the end of the master planning process, the client will know exactly how the site will be developed, see a projected return on investment, and be provided a construction budget. Imagine having to do all that on your own. Isn’t it time to contact Pinnacle?