Ashton Park Subdivision

Project Description

Ashton Park is a 152 lot single family residential subdivision on a 50 acre site located in Osceola County, Florida. The subdivision includes approximately 1.4 miles of internal roadways, offsite right and left turn lane improvements along Narcoossee Road, and intersection improvements at Narcoossee Road and 10th. Street.

Responsibilities

  • Comprehensive Plan Amendment and re‐zoning.
  • A pre‐annexation agreement with the City of St. Cloud.
  • Preparing concept plans for the subdivision pursuant to the client’s requirements.
  • Preparation of a Preliminary Subdivision Plan in accordance with Osceola County requirements.
  • Preparing and submitting subdivision construction documents to regulatory agencies including City of St. Cloud, Osceola County, and South Florida Water Management District.
  • Submittal of all site construction permits to the jurisdictional agencies including City of St. Cloud, Osceola County, South Florida Water Management District, and Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
  • Preparation of construction cost estimates and bid packages.
  • Assisting the client with selection of site contractor.
  • Review of shop drawings submitted by the site contractor prior to construction.
  • Periodic inspections during construction to observe the progress and quality of the construction work and determine if construction is proceeding in accordance with the contract documents.
  • Review and written approval of all pay requests submitted by the contractor.
  • Preparation of record drawings based on the contractor’s supplied as‐built information.
  • Preparation of final certifications and assistance in securing City of St. Cloud, South Florida Water Management District, Osceola County, and Florida Department of Environmental Protection acceptance of the construction

Cypress Preserve Subdivision

Project Description

This project consisted of a 125 lot, 70.32 acre single‐family residential subdivision located in St. Cloud, Florida. The subdivision includes approximately 1.8 miles of internal roadways, offsite right and left turn lane improvements along Canoe Creek Road, a major triple arch culvert WPA canal crossing and a smaller box culvert canal crossing, offsite water utility extension, and WPA canal bank removal and restoration.

As part of the project design and permitting, significant amount of 100‐year floodplain areas were filled and compensated for. In addition, small amounts of wetland were impacted for access and other related site improvements.

Resposibilities

  • Preparing scope for survey and environmental work and coordination with the surveyor and environmental consultant.
  • Preparing concept plans for the subdivision pursuant to the client’s requirements.
  • Preparation of a Preliminary Subdivision Plan in accordance with City of St. Cloud requirements.
  • Preparing and submitting LOMR and CLOMR requests to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
  • Preparing and submitting subdivision construction documents to regulatory agencies including City of St.Cloud, Osceola County, and South Florida Water Management District.
  • Coordination of design and other permitting criteria with Osceola County who in addition to the City exerted jurisdiction over improvements within the WPA Canal and Canoe Creek Road R.O.W., which is a county roadway.
  • Submittal of all site construction permits to the jurisdictional agencies including City of St. Cloud,Osceola County, South Florida Water Management District, Federal Emergency Management Agency, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
  • Preparation of construction cost estimates and bid packages.
  • Assisting the client with selection of site contractor.
  • Review of shop drawings submitted by the site contractor prior to construction.
  • Periodic inspections during construction to observe the progress and quality of the construction work and determine if construction is proceeding in accordance with the contract documents.
  • Review and written approval of all pay requests submitted by the contractor.
  • Preparation of record drawings based on the contractor’s supplied as‐built information.
  • Preparation of final certifications and assistance in securing City of St. Cloud, South Florida Water Management District, Osceola County, and Florida Department of Environmental Protection acceptance of the construction.
  • Submittal of Elevation Certificates and Floodway “No Rise” certification to Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Villa Del Lago Condominiums

Project Description

The Villa Del Lago project is a 100 unit mid‐high rise gated condominium building located on the Metrowest Golf Course in the City of Orlando, Florida.

Responsibilities

  • Preparation of all civil engineering construction documents for the project.
  • Coordination with owner representatives, governmental agencies, architect, surveyor, and other consultants.
  • Permitting of the site improvements through City of Orlando, South Florida Water Management District, Orlando Utilities Commission, and Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

Gatehouse Club Condominiums, PD

Project Description

The Gatehouse Club Condominiums is a 227 unit residential condominium planned development project on a 19.5 acre site located in Orange County, Florida. The civil engineering work included permitting and construction of discharge pipes to an Orange County canal, driveway access to a State Road, directional drilling of water utilities under a State Road, coordination of a water utility easement with an adjacent private land owner.

Responsibilities

  • Combining a 5‐acre single family tract and a 14.5 acre multifamily tract and re‐zoning them to Planned Development.
  • Preparing a Land Use Plan and securing entitlements for the Planned Development.
  • Master planning and preparation of a two‐phase Development Plan.
  • Preparation of all civil engineering construction documents for all phases of the project.
  • Preparation of landscape and irrigation plans.
  • Coordination with owner representatives, governmental agencies, legal counsel, architects, surveyors, other consultants, and contractors.
  • Permitting of the site improvements through Orange County, St. Johns River Water Management District, Florida Department of Transportation, and Florida Department of Environmental Protection.
  • Construction administration including review of shop drawings, site inspections, pay application review and approval, and owner representation.