Land Development Calculations

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2001 - Architecture - 621 pages
"It is the kind of simplified tool that many of us in practice sorely need" - Jamie Greene, AICP, AIA, Principal, American Communities Partnership

*The first computational tool for land development and site planning analysis and design
*Real-world case studies, with photographs and plans, illustrate how alternative development options would affect the project results
*Includes a CD-ROM containing 30 interactive spreadsheets that can be used for every type of land development scenario

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Chapter 1The Development Forecast Collection
Chapter 2Design Specifications
Chapter 3Forecasting Development Capacity 63

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About the author (2001)

Walter Martin Hosack is a certified city planner and registered architect. He has management and design experience in architecture, engineering, urban design, city planning, and zoning in both public agency and private consulting practice.

Over the past 32 years he has planned, designed, and managed projects ranging in size from residential homes to $100 million commercial projects and has participated and led development efforts at both the state and local levels. He has also had extensive public involvement requirng client, public and professional coordination in the search for common points of agreement, and has published several articles relating to this work. He bringsexperience to bear in this book, which is designed to present a common tool that will be useful to all development students, disciplines, and professionals.

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