Land Development has been a cornerstone of DMK for over 40 years, giving our firm the level of expertise needed to approach and form solutions to any land development challenge or possible set-backs. With DMK engineers, Investors and Developers can be rest assured knowing their end product will be of quality design with schedule and client budget in mind.
COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE
DMK's Staff is well qualified to determine the realistic development opportunities and constraints for each project and prepare a sustainable site plan based on proven engineering and design principles. We are able to offer clients the stability of a firm that has developed strong ties with the communities we serve over the past 40 years. Our staff alone has a collective 90 years experience in Land Development in Southwest Florida.
With the understanding of ROI being a top priority for land development projects, DMK has invested in our staff, ensuring only the best practices when it comes to project management.
The DMK Team regards all land development projects as a group effort, in which the technicians, permit personnel, and Engineers will use their experience and expertise in working together to provide a quality project for our clients. This team mindset doesn't stop with our internal staff, we include our subcontractors, contractors, and clients to ensure collaboration and efficient communication.
DMK Associates offers complete Land Development services ranging from residential subdivisions to full-scale resorts. These services include master planning, site grading and drainage, coastal construction, utilities, stromwater management, water supply, sewage disposal, construction management and inspection services.
Single Family Residential
Golf Course Development
Assisted Living Center
Disaster Recovery Management
ADA Compliance Inspections
DMK is well aware of the issues that arise when developers want to start planning a new development. Despite these concerns, according to Freddie Mac, Florida is faced with the nation's fourth-highest housing deficit. While keeping environmental concerns in mind, new development and re-development of existing buildings in urban areas is inevitable. Mike Vogal, of Florida Trend, also mentions some governmental changes that could decrease restrictions on developers such as the change of densities, zoning rules, regulations, and impact fees. North Port has increased their impact fees on new construction, chancing the reduction of commercial and residential development. Check out their new rates here. Charlotte County isn't too far behind, their impact fee increases come in effect in October, 2022. You can see those changes here.