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Proposed grading plans

Proposed grading plans

Proposed grading plans

Does anyone have a recommedation for learning to design single family lot grading plans. I am mostly interested in proposed grading. Is this one of those items where you have to learn by doing? Any reference material?

RE: Proposed grading plans

I haven't seen a reference manual on this subject.  Learning by doing is the best description of how I learned, but I had knowledgeable people guiding me.  Without the help, I probably would have made serious errors.  Do you know anyone who could give you guidance? (Other consultant, builder, city engineer)
Does your city have guidlines you could refer to?

RE: Proposed grading plans

Thanks for the reply.  The municipalities do have guidelines, however thye are just that.

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