For development projects, Anderson‐Dixon believes in a proactive, step‐wise management approach to the design process. Understanding and navigating the development permit approval process is critical to a successful project. These steps include conceptual site analysis, engineering design/plan preparation, and permit application administration.
Starting with zoning and land surveying – and continuing through the preliminary design and final construction document preparation – the design and regulatory research is done before each phase of the project. Input from the project owner is utilized throughout the design phase. The permit review process is administered/facilitated and monitored by the Anderson‐Dixon staff.
With projects that are large in scope, expertise from other disciplines may be required. We have developed strong relationships with several supporting professionals that enable us to quickly assemble a project design team tailored to make your project a success.
This vacant site has a high ADT and an existing canopy of mature trees. Anderson-Dixon brought together a wide ranging design team to respect the existing site features and create a multi-use retail and restaurant project. Anderson-Dixon and the landscape architect worked with City staff at length to preserve much of the tree canopy and create a site which blends the natural features with the built environment.
This project demonstrates the adaptive re-purposing of a vacant commercial site. Anderson-Dixon and its design team worked with the City and other jurisdiction agencies to create a vibrant new fast food site which actually lessens the impact to the local environment than its preceding use.
This residential development is located within the Isleboro neighborhood of New Smyrna Beach. In addition to the roadway extension, Anderson-Dixon worked with the appropriate agencies to provide utility and other infrastructure requirements.
This is a great example of a commercial in-fill project in an urban area. A large retail, office, and warehouse use was situated on a small site. This project was designed to blend-in with the exiting area through landscaping and architectural style.
Anderson-Dixon design team created a site which is efficient for both the customers and employees. The configuration of the building and improvements created an attractive addition to the adjacent thoroughfare.
The Anderson-Dixon design team worked to create a site which preserves a portion of the existing historic tree canopy and combines it with attractive improvements and complimentary new landscaping. The site improvements will blend with the local neighborhood and create thriving businesses to serve its residents.
For this project Anderson-Dixon was tasked with expanding an existing commercial site adjacent to an environmentally sensitive waterway. The Anderson-Dixon design team configured the improvements for the new business in a way to minimize any impacts while providing an attractive, functioning multi-use site.