1. Minimize Impervious Area
Impervious area includes constructed surfaces such as roads, sidewalks, and roofs which are impenetrable to water. The more impervious surfaces, the more runoff that is generated. There are, however, several alternatives to impervious surfaces such as pervious pavers, grass pavers, gravel and permeable concrete which will reduce runoff and mitigate existing […]
1. Minimize Impervious Area
Deciding where to build or buy your new home in Metro Atlanta? Knock.com takes a look at the best areas for growth based on the Total Transactions, Median Price, and Days on the Market over the last year…and some may surprise you!
The Top 7 countdown…
Coming in at number 7…Loganville, Georgia is noted for it’s affordable, […]
I took this early morning picture outside of our new office in the City of Roswell. What an beautiful city to live in! I’m looking forward to being in the middle of all the great things happening around us.
Rivers Edge Lot 23 is now under construction by Panama Properties. civilogistix provided the engineering for the property. The home, designed by Harrison Design, will be 11,000 sf, with another 3,400 sf of non-conditioned space. The home will bring the living space outdoors with an infinity edge lap pool and cabana. The following 3D model […]
Milton Pro Players Park, developed by CMZ Equities will be a Class A private ballfield complex available for tournament play and practices. The park has been designed to expedite play and to increase safety with the addition of some premium features.
The park will feature 100% synthetic turf fields with and under-drain system capable of handling […]
This product just keeps serving as a superhero for potential development runoff recipients. Hydro International has been developing products that are, quite frankly, preserving national treasures and has recently been approved by the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) as an effective BMP for removing 80% TSS statewide in Georgia.
For more about the ARC: http://atlantaregional.org/about-arc
Now, Georgia is […]
To kick off a summer of growth, civilogistix welcomes two new summer interns with a fun filled Braves outing at the new Sun Trust Park! Both students of Kennesaw State’s Engineering program, Allison will be helping with the civil and land development department and Daniel is one of our new drone pilots! From Left: Owner […]
Erosion is the action of surface processes, such as water flow or wind, that remove soil, rock, or dissolved material from one location on the earth’s crust, then transport it to another location. The rate that something erodes can be impacted by many factors including storm frequency, type of soil, ground cover, and rain intensity. […]
What the is the difference between permeable and porous asphalt pavement? While there are differences in the technical definitions of permeable and porous, these terms are interchangeable regarding asphalt pavement. It is especially well-suited for parking lots, walkways, and sidewalks in a variety of commercial developments resulting in a high return on investment, years of […]
Here in Georgia, we’ve seen the affects of many strong storms, tornadoes, hurricanes, and floods. Many insurance companies will cover the damages caused by winds and storms, but not flooding, so a water damage claim can often become an expensive and time-consuming ordeal. This is where we Civil Engineers at Civilogistix can step in and […]