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This service includes creating a soil survey of a complete land parcel, detailing the usability of each soil type for use in storm-water treatment system design and septic system usability. This technique is also used to reconstruct altered or destroyed wetlands....

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Proper identification of the seasonal high water table is used in the commercial, industrial, and residential development planning process.  Accurate identification of the seasonal high water table: a) ensures proper functionality of stormwater treatment systems, b) is used to determine soil/site suitability for septic system drainfields, and c) the presence of hydric/wetland soil for wetland...

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Defining the extent of existing on-site wetlands is often the foremost step in determining the value and/or use of a particular land parcel in Florida. O.C. Reedy Associates, Inc. has local and regional experience in determining the presence of hydric soils, identifying wetland vegetative species, and defining surface and subsurface hydrologic conditions. We also have experience with site design renderings, details, specifications, and cost estimates for mitigation. Further, we have working relationships with local regulatory agencies for purposes of obtaining permits related to single or multi-family...

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Your project site may contain subsurface environments not conducive to successful project completion. Unsuitable or unstable subsurface environments are not uncommon.  High organic materials (i.e., muck), shrink-swell clays, and buried debris are very dynamic and become unstable when loads are applied.  This in turn may compromise building foundation integrity resulting in substantial financial loss.  The presence of unsuitable soil horizons may also exist on your site that may cause you to redesign an onsite sewage treatment and disposal system.  Our soil scientist will complete this investigation, identifying any unsuitable materials, and strategize remediation techniques to ensure successful project execution. Buried debris can ruin your project. High organic material (i.e., muck) can cause foundations to crack. Soil horizons affect usability. O.C. Reedy Associates, Inc. has experience identifying unsuitable subsurface environments while allowing project progression.  This investigation will be completed by a registered professional soil scientist.  Please contact O.C. Reedy Associates, Inc. to discuss your particular subsurface investigative...

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OVERVIEW Our soil scientists and engineers design septic systems tailored to meet your site-specific land use criteria.  Our experience and knowlege of Florida and Georgia’s permitting requirements enables us to accurately identify potential obstacles associated with installation of an onsite sewage treatment and disposal system.  If obstacles exist we will develop solutions to ensure your project will progress toward completion in the most efficient and cost-effective fashion possible.  All provided solutions are in accordance with Chapter 64E-6 Florida Administrative Code.  These services can be applied to commercial and residential projects for new construction and repair applications. We design multiple septic system types depending on project/land use requrements.  Typical systems include: conventional in-ground and mounded systems, aerobic treatment units, drip irrigation systems, and low pressure distribution systems. VARIANCES We have experienced hundreds of sites in which developmental issues have been present.  In some cases onsite hardships (such as a setback issue, sewage flow issue, or space requirement) exist and a variance from that hardship must be sought.  Our team has been very successful at developing solutions to overcome a wide variety of hardships.  We will develop a variance strategy, design an alternative septic system (if required), prepare the variance application for you, and provide representation before the variance...

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