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Commercial Development Planning and Design


Woith Engineering provides a full array of engineering and design services for commercial developments that range from local office buildings to large retail, shopping centers, hotels, restaurants, and business plazas. We fully understand that these developments require extensive innovative and cutting-edge design options to ensure that your business prospers for years to come. Our site engineers will work to produce state-of-the-art facilities that are sustainable for communities and feasible for our developers. From the planning and design development phase through final construction, Woith Engineering will be there with you every step of the way to establish a finished product that everyone can enjoy.

Strengthening Local Economy


Each project has its own unique challenges, and we work with owners, architects, contractors, and government entities to manage and mitigate these challenges. Whether these challenges include complex access and circulation issues, coordination between planning, zoning, permitting, utility, or storm drainage design, you can count on Woith Engineering’s experience to guide you through the process. Commercial development is a key necessity of local communities that bring people together, create jobs and provide services to those in need. That is why we work hard for our clients to make sure that the project is running on time and on budget.

What We Provide Our Clients

Woith Engineering has comprehensive experience in the following commercial development processes:


  • Commercial Site Planning and Evaluations

  • Rezoning and Annexation

  • Commercial Major and Minor Subdivisions

  • Mixed-Use Developments

  • Representation at Public Hearings

  • Environmental and Community Impact Studies

  • Zoning Compliance

  • Accessible (ADA) Design

  • Non-motorized and Pedestrian Facilities

  • Parking Design

  • Grading and Drainage Design

  • Utility Design

  • Stormwater Treatment Facilities

  • Stormwater Pollution Prevention Planning

  • As-Builts and Construction Certification

  • Bidding and Contract Documentation

  • Construction Administration and Inspection

  • Cost Estimation

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