LEI Engineering and Surveying of Oregon performed as the land surveyor and engineer for Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Development Company (Weyredco) in the planning and design of multiple parcels to convert these parcels for forest operations lands to residential developments.
LEI Engineering and Surveying of Oregon worked closely with the Weyredco land use planner to identify residential development opportunities in rural lands and forest lands. This included subdivisions, partitions, and lot line adjustments. In some instances, a forest reserve was required to meet zoning and land use requirements for parcels. LEI Engineering and Surveying of Oregon worked with the land use planner to develop the forest serve and incorporate requirement for the reserve into the long term development plan.
Land survey work included boundary surveying, topographic surveying, route surveying, construction staking, and development of legal descriptions. LEI Engineering and Surveying of Oregon performed multiple types of engineering services including traditional civil site design to design planned homesites, low volume road engineering, utility design, stormwater design, and access design to public roadways.
LEI Engineering and Surveying of Oregon also performed forestry services including inventory, forest reserve preparation, and logging systems analysis.
LEI Engineering and Surveying of Oregon has been performing a wide range of forestry and forest engineering services for Weyerhaeuser since the 1980s. This has included logging unit and road layout at multiple locations throughout Northwestern Oregon, including location of RMA and leave tree buffers. Provided GIS and hard copy maps of work performed. In some instances proposed road locations where surveyed and designed using the Softree RoadEng forest road design platform and design output provided to client.
LEI Engineering and Surveying of Oregon has also completed extensive existing road condition assessment, inventory, and survey. These data have been compiled into stand alone databases and databases linked to Weyerhaeuser corporate GIS.
LEI Engineering and Surveying of Oregon staff worked closely with the Weyerhaeuser project administrator to ensure that land owner objectives were being met and data and work product met the needs for subsequent harvest activities.