Design approach for an industrial development is different than many other project types. Often an industrial facility is constructed in phases, expansion taking place as demand increases. Consequently, the design of the site and utility elements for the initial phase must account for the future development. Utilities are sized for future expansion to minimize disruption to future operations when the building is expanded. Building pads are also constructed as a part of the initial phase to allow for easy expansion. Proper site and utility design in the initial phase will have long lasting benefits to the operations and future buildout of the site. Speed to market is also a key to industrial development, Dibble's relationships with reviewing agencies and knowledge of municipal specific permitting requirements help to obtain timely construction permits.