Feasibility, Planning & GIS


Feasibility Studies, Special Event Planning, and Geographic Information System (GIS)-based research, modeling, and conceptual design.


On-Call Geographic Information System (GIS)

Services California Civil Design Group, Inc. offers on-call GIS data research and mapping services to our clients on an "as-needed" basis, such as property verification, topographic/base mapping, and aerial orthphoto acquisition.

Drainage Master Plan Preparation

Large-scale developments may require the preparation of a comprehensive Drainage Master Plan (examples include Master Planned Communities, Specific Plan Areas, and cities requiring a new or revised Hydrology Study for all or a significant portion of the city itself). These Master Plans generally do not include the level of detail characteristic of a singular development, but rather provide the general calculations necessary to locate and design large-capacity channels, flood control basins, and other regional drainage facilities.

Water Quality Management Master Plan (WQMMP) Preparation

Large-scale developments may also require the preparation of a comprehensive Water Quality Management Master Plan (WQMMP) to compliment the Drainage Master Plan prepared for the development. These WQMMPs generally do not include the level of detail characteristic of a singular development, but rather provide the general calculations and specifications necessary to identify and size the requisite Treatment Control Best Management Practices (BMPs) necessary to mitigate any adverse impact the proposed development may have on the clarity of downstream conveyances.

Feasibility Study Preparation

Feasibility Studies and Feasibility Analyses are prepared to determine the overall viability of a proposed development or project. These studies include examinations of various existing and potential factors affecting the project, including (but not limited to): Environmental issues (including potential hazards) and biological factors, transportation and site access, hydrology, drainage, and flooding potential, availability of utilities, applicable land use/planning requirements and/or restrictions, and preliminary development cost estimates.