Civil Engineering Services | Subdivisions
Serving clients in Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana.
Bono Consulting has become a go-to consultant for land developers looking to subdivide their land for residential neighborhood construction. Our engineers and designers have prepared engineering drawings for numerous residential subdivisions, ranging from two lot subdivisions to fifty lot subdivisions. These projects all require stormwater detention design, water main permitting from the IEPA, sanitary main permitting from the IEPA and the local sanitary district, roadway design, tree protection, erosion control and site grading. Most subdivision ordinances require implementation of Best Management Practices (BMPs) into the design. BMPs include rain gardens, vegetated swales, grit separators, constructed wetlands, infiltration trenches and buffer strips. These BMPs are essential for the management of stormwater, but can also provide attractive vegetation and community space if they are designed correctly. Bono Consulting works closely with developers to create BMPs that match their vision for their planned community. Done right, these areas can be eye-catching and appealing.
Bono is an experienced designer of subdivision plans for dozens of communities. Our team has helped developers across the region, including in Arlington Heights, Burr Ridge, Chicago, Deerfield, DesPlaines, Glenview, Glencoe, Highland Park, Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Mount Prospect, Northbrook, Palatine, Park Ridge, Roselle, Schaumburg, Skokie, Westmont, Wilmette, Willow Springs, and Winthrop Harbor. Each community has their own requirements that may exceed the county requirements, but Bono will work closely with our clients to comply with their municipal codes.
Heritage Oaks Subdivision – Northbrook, IL
Bono Consulting provided engineering design and construction observation for the new subdivision development in Northbrook, IL. The engineering procedure required a new cul-de-sac roadway, a looped water main, a sanitary main, and a stormwater collection system. We designed the stormwater to route towards a surface pond restored in native vegetation plantings for more natural drainage. Interestingly, those vegetation plantings have also developed into a thriving bird habitat. Permits Required: Northbrook, IEPA Water, Sanitary, and Erosion Control, Cook County Dept. of Highways, & MWRD Civil Engineering Illinois | Storm Water Management Engineering