Duke ParkSouth, Units 1 and 2

Project Description

Duke ParkSouth, Units 1 and 2 is a multi-phase industrial park project located in Orange County, Florida. The project encompassed nine industrial warehouse buildings with dock facilities on 59.5 acres. F.E.G., Inc. provided planning, engineering design, and permitting services on six buildings ranging in size from 88,000 S.F. to 200,000 S.F.

Responsibilities

  • Preparation of civil engineering construction documents for site improvements.
  • Preparation of landscape and irrigation plans.
  • Coordination with owner representatives, governmental agencies, architects, surveyors, other consultants and contractors.
  • Permitting of the site improvements through Orange County, South Florida Water Management District, and Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
  • Construction administration including site inspections, as-built preparation, and as-built certifications.
  • Subdivision of the entire site (a 24-acre parcel and a 35.5-acre parcel) into a total of nine lots, including Preliminary Subdivision Plan preparation and coordination of Final Plat with Orange County.

South Orange Business Park I & II

Project Description

South Orange Business Park is a 20-acre multi-phase industrial office park in Airport Industrial Park located in Orlando, Florida. The project entailed the development of four flex office warehouse buildings totaling 300,000 S.F.

Responsibilities

  • Preparation of a master site plan.
  • Preparation of civil engineering construction documents for Phase I site improvements.
  • Preparation of landscape and irrigation plans for Phase I site improvements.
  • Coordination with owner representatives, governmental agencies, architects, surveyors, other consultants and contractors.
  • Permitting of the site improvements through the City of Orlando, South Florida Water Management District, and Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
  • Construction administration including site inspections, as-built preparation, and as-built certifications.

Millwork Warehouse, Princeton-John Young Commerce Park

Project Description

Millwork Sales Warehouse is a 163,000 S.F. warehouse distribution facility on a 7.4 acre site in Orlando, Florida. The project included significant offsite utilities and offsite roadway improvements to Park Oaks Avenue. The site design and permitting included resolution of significant wetland and floodplain issues involving local, state and federal authorities and a comprehensive approach to addressing these issues.

Responsibilities

  • Preparation of civil engineering construction documents for all site improvements.
  • Preparation of landscape and irrigation plans.
  • Coordination with owner representatives, governmental agencies, architects, surveyors, other consultants and contractors.
  • Dedication of right-of-way and widening of Park Oaks Avenue.
  • Impact to and conservation of on-site local, state, and federal jurisdictional wetlands.
  • Floodplain encroachment and compensation and securing a CLOMR-F floodplain revision through FEMA.
  • Permitting of the site improvements through the City of Orlando, St. Johns River Water Management District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
  • Construction administration including site inspections, as-built preparation, and as-built certifications.

Crossroads - Lots 1, 4, 6 and 7

Project Description

Crossroads is a multi-phase industrial business park located in Orange County, Florida. The project encompassed eight industrial warehouse buildings with dock facilities on a 23.91 acre industrial tract. F.E.G., Inc. provided planning, engineering design, and permitting services on four buildings ranging in size from 185,000 S.F. to 234,000 S.F. on parcels ranging from 9.4 acres to 14.7 acres.

Responsibilities

  • Due diligence and site investigation.
  • Preparation of civil engineering construction documents for site improvements.
  • Preparation of landscape and irrigation plans.
  • Coordination with owner representatives, governmental agencies, architects, surveyors, other consultants and contractors.
  • Permitting of the site improvements through Orange County, South Florida Water Management District, and Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
  • Construction administration including site inspections, as-built preparation, and as-built certifications.