The Building and Development Infrastructure Compliance Team provides professional services and inspections to ensure that land development activities are built in accordance with applicable laws, regulations and procedures.
It is responsible for:
- quality assurance on improvements to the Loudoun County road infrastructure, as depicted by approved construction plans and specifications.
- coordination with applicants, developers, contractors, and local state government agencies, including the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT).
The team, in partnership with VDOT, has successfully facilitated an average of 95 miles per year of public roadway into the State Secondary System for maintenance in the past five years, which ranks first in Virginia, and a leader in the nation.
The team is always looking for opportunities to improve through customer service, innovation, and increased efficiencies while always managing projects in an accountable manner, as per standards found in 8.305 Loudoun County Facilities Standard Manual (FSM) (PDF).
Reductions are requests submitted by applicants to reduce the amount of their performance bond based on what construction improvements have been completed.
Bond Release is a request by an applicant to have their performance bond released once all public improvements have been built to standard and inspected by staff. Street Acceptance is a performance bond release request that is for Public Streets and inspected by the Quality Assurance Staff and facilitated to VDOT for official acceptance into the State Secondary Road System for maintenance.
Learn how to submit an engineering issue to the Department of Building and Development.