How We Serve
Evolving Land Plans
Navigating Right of Way and Land Planning Projects
What sets us apart is our unique combination of skills and expertise. With a background in engineering, we bring a technical understanding to every project we undertake. Our fast turnaround times and ability to provide true solutions from cradle to grave make us stand out from the competition.
We're not just land planners - we have Lean Six-sigma and PMP certifications, giving us a deep understanding of risk and critical points of failure. By doing things right, we help our clients avoid legal issues and ensure success in their projects.
It is a pleasure working with Evolving. Not only is their work product top quality, their customer service is outstanding, and a clear understanding of the bigger picture. Taking a wholistic approach to assisting developers in seeing their vision come to fruition.
Jean Marie Latsha
Vice President - Development
Pedcor Investments, A Limited Liability Company
To successfully navigate right of way and land planning projects, it is crucial to identify all stakeholders involved and establish strong relationships with them. This includes property owners, government agencies, community groups, and other organizations that may be impacted by the project. By regularly communicating and being transparent with stakeholders, we can address their concerns and needs throughout the project, ultimately minimizing potential conflicts and ensuring a successful outcome.
Building relationships is a key step in the process of achieving project success.
TxDOT: Loop 820 - Southeast Connector Project, Ft. Worth, Tarrant County, Texas
We recently completed 4 land plans with partial acquisitions involving improved properties for the Loop 820 Southeast Connector project in southeast Fort Worth.
TxDOT: U.S. 380; Princeton, Collin County, Texas
Recently completed 4 land plans with partial acquisitions involving improved properties for the U.S. 380 project in south Princeton.
TxDOT: I.H. 35E; Lewisville, Denton County, Texas
We also recently completed a land plan with partial acquisition involving improved property for the I.H. 35E project in central Lewisville.