This type of review ensures that the design of new developments adhere to city, county and state engineering standards. Areas of review include: drainage calculations, traffic circulation, building and lot surveys, impact fee information and flood plains. Engineering Plan Review also assists in the resolution of drainage, traffic and other engineering related problems on previously developed sites.
Some of the other areas that are under the City Engineers review include: plan review for all developments, concurrency evaluation for water, sewer, solid waste and traffic for all new projects, concurrency evaluation for existing city streets, final inspections for construction projects, construction inspection, conducting pre- construction meetings for new projects approved by City Council, certificate of acceptance for construction projects, review of testing for construction projects, development of impact fees for new or renovated projects, development of impact fee changes, evaluation of flood plan analysis on sites in the city limits, maintenance of the Community Rating System for flood insurance purposes, development of FSUTMS planning tool for traffic projections, reviewing drainage calculations, reviewing existing drainage conditions in the City, representing the City on committees such as the Transportation Technical Committee at MetroPlan Orlando, Community Traffic Safety Team, Orange County Pedestrian Committee and SJRWMD Stormwater working group. Other duties include technical support for special requests from citizens.