American Society of Civil Engineers


Residential Land Development Practices: A Textbook on Development Land Into Finished Lots


by David E. Johnson
Reston, VA: American Society of Civil Engineers, 2nd ed.
978-0-7844-0561-1 / 0-7844-0561-1 (print), 2001, xiv, 258 pp., 23 cm.     (Barcode: RMI MK31576, 701563208)

ASCE sponsor: ASCE Press

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Document type: Books - ASCE Press
Abstract: This manual is the first of its type to instruct the reader on residential land development practices. This step-by-step description of the land development process is based on the professional and practical experiences of the author. Readers will be able to incorporate the forms, contracts, scheduling methods, management techniques, and business strategies into their own business. This second edition of the manual includes information on the basics of residential marketing, land planning concepts, and land development design standards. This book provides valuable insight on the land development industry and presents a business toolbox on how to successfully develop raw land into finished residential lots.


ASCE Subject Headings:
Guidelines
Land use
Real estate properties
Residential location

Library of Congress Call Number:  HD1390.5.J64
Library of Congress Subject Headings: Residential real estate
Land subdivision
Real estate development