BlandCo LLC

We take a thoughtful approach to your building needs.  We offer clear detailed warranties, highest level building standards, through the construction process, a tradition of excellence, and complete customer satisfaction.


Residential License No:             881220
Commercial License No:           58303
Engineering Firm License No: 5969       


Blue Prints | Commercial/Residential Building | Land Development | Wetland Delineation | Parish Permits | Foundation Design | Design/Build | Engineering | Army Corps Permits | Fire Marshall Plans | Coastal Use Permits | Wind Mitigation

Specialized Services
  1. Land Development
    Land Development
    Land Development
    The development approval process varies greatly from one place to another, and many require several layers of local, state, and federal permits and approvals. We evaluate the site potential, obtaining development approvals, and preparing finished lots. Land development today involves a rigorous, comprehensive set of evaluations and approvals involving multiple parties in both the private and public sectors.
  2. Wetland Delineation
    Wetland Delineation
    Wetland Delineation
    Wetland delineation is also an element of a “jurisdictional determination.” This process identifies which water bodies within a project's boundaries meet the definition of "waters of the United States."
  3. Parish Permits
    Parish Permits
    Parish Permits
    Any construction work where the following are needed. Construct Enlarge Alter Repair Move Demolish Change the occupancy (of) a building or structure
  4. Foundation Design
    Foundation Design
    Foundation Design
    Usually dry and uniform graded dense materials should have maximum shear resistance and maximum bearing capacity. In general submerged soil and clay have fewer bearing capacities, reducing the capacity to handle loads imposed by the structure.
  5. Engineering Services
    Engineering Services
    Engineering Services
    Any service or creative work, the adequate performance of which requires engineering education, training and experience in the application of special knowledge of the mathematical, physical and engineering sciences to such services or creative work as consultation, investigation, evaluation, planning and design of engineering works and systems, engineering studies and the review of construction for the purpose of assuring substantial compliance with drawings and specifications; any of which embrace such services or work, either public or private, in connection with any utilities, structures, buildings, machines, equipment, processes, work systems, projects and industrial or consumer products or equipment of a mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, chemical, pneumatic or thermal nature, insofar as they involve safeguarding life, health or property, and including such other professional services as may be necessary to the planning, progress and completion of any engineering services. Such practice includes the performance of architectural work incidental to the practice of engineering.
  6. Army Corp Permits
    Army Corp Permits
    Army Corp Permits
    The Permit Process consists of a number of steps involving the applicant, the Corps of Engineers, public and/or private organizations, and Federal, state and/or local agencies.
  7. Fire Marshall PLans
    Fire Marshall Plans
    Fire Marshall PLans
    Industrial sites of all sizes and operations are required to maintain total compliance to the regulations for fire safety and emergency response. Let us manage your compliance for you.
  8. Coastal Use Permits
    Coastal Use Permits
    Coastal Use Permits
    The Permits/Mitigation Division regulates development activities and manages the resources of the Coastal Zone. A Coastal Use Permit (CUP) Program has been established by the Act as part of the LCRP to help ensure the management and reasonable use of the state's coastal wetlands. The Coastal Use Permit is the basic regulatory tool of Permits/Mitigation Division and is required for certain projects in the Coastal Zone, including but not limited to dredge and fill work, bulkhead construction, shoreline maintenance, and other development projects. The purpose of the Coastal Use Permit process is to make certain that any activity affecting the Coastal Zone is performed in accordance with guidelines established in the LCRP.
  9. Wind Mitigation
    Wind Mitigation
    Wind Mitigation
    A windstorm inspection, also referred to as a windstorm mitigation inspection, windstorm insurance inspection or wind mitigation inspection, is a kind of home inspection common in the coastal areas of the Southeastern United States.