Engineering Due Diligence & Feasbility Studies


The engineering due diligence phase is performed prior to the start of a project to determine project feasibility. Research and analysis is performed to study the existing site with respect to the proposed development. This information is compiled into a formal report that assists the owner or developer an allowing them to make an informed decision on project feasibility.

Our Job

A Development Feasibility Report (DSR) or Site Investigation Report (SIR) is prepared by 7 Oaks Engineering for the project and typically includes the following items be researched and reviewed;

  • Site and surrounding land use zoning standards (buildings, landscape, parking access requirements).
  • Site plan review, design review and traffic analysis review process
  • Review boundary, existing easements and ALTA survey
  • State environmental policy acts or other applicable local codes.
  • Engineering standards (fire apparatus access, transportation access, right-of-way improvements, utility improvements)
  • Permitting and ROW permit processes
  • Fess estimate (plan check and permitting fee estimates).