This project was somewhat challenging. The cross slope from the back to the front of the original property was very sever. The client wanted to get the maximum amount of lots possible, and we went through several different iterations before we landed on one they liked, which eventually was thrown away and redesigned with two extra lots. We had to go to the city and negotiate for the extra lots. We had to create a regional detention pond for the entire development, but also had to grade each lot to eliminate cross-lot drainage. The road slope ended up being pretty steep, and even with the maximum design slope allowed by our engineer, we still ended up having to put in a retaining wall around the cul-de-sac. The entrance to the subdivision has an electronic gate, with a landscaped boulevard section with pavers.