RCF’s engineering group is highly regarded in the development industry for our innovative, solution oriented design approach in addressing our client’s engineering needs. With our experience of land development sites in large cities, small towns, and developing rural areas, RCF’s engineers has a unique blend of expertise and innovative problem solving skills.
RCF’s experienced field crews and in-house support staff provides our clients with consistently cost effective and accurate survey services. The management of RCF exercises rigid internal controls regarding budgets, schedules and survey quality, while specific project planning and implementation is accomplished and directed by our professional staff.
RCF’s land use planning and project management department is experienced in assisting our clients in the preparation and processing of land use applications and other permits through a multitude of jurisdictions in the Northern Virginia region and the District of Columbia.
Restoration of an existing stream crossing leading to a retention pond that harvests rainwater. The restoration of the stream provided more effective passage of runoff in a non-erosive manner while implementing low impact water quality treatment of runoff for a portion of the 253 acre property.
Design and construction of four multi-family residential buildings, underground parking facility, and frontage improvements, as well as amenity areas. Off-site infrastructure improvements were designed to alleviate storm drainage and flooding issues.
Design of a mixed use, multi-building site, with a two level parking garage and site improvements.
54,000 square foot addition to Centennial Gym created a new front to the school’s athletic facilities. The existing courtyard was redesigned into a small arrival plaza and the rear portion landscaped with trees, plantings, and benches. Extensive infrastructure improvements were designed to improve circulation, utility availability and stormwater conveyance.