survey projects highlights

American Express
Plantation Facility

The American Express Plantation Facility Project involved the reconfiguration of the existing 15.6-acre parking lot. Work included the restriping of the entire parking area to meet current code requirements, the relocation of all on-site ADA spaces and access ramps to service spaces, the redesign of existing landscape islands, the relocation of existing striping and signage, the installation of new curbing and sidewalks, and the modification of existing entrance features.

Village of El Portal
Stormwater Master PLan

A comprehensive Stormwater Master Plan was developed for the entire Village of El Portal to identify and determine corrective actions required to resolve existing flooding conditions throughout the Village. The Village was evaluated based on a year-long cycle of rain events and an analysis of properties with repetitive flooding.

City of Margate
Sewer Force Main Replacement

The City of Margate Sewer Force Main Project consisted of replacing an existing 12-inch ACP force main with a new, upsized sewer force main. The work included the installation of approximately 5,060 linear feet of DIP force main ranging in size from 6-inch to 20-inch, 140 LF of encased jack and bored pipe under State Road 7, 950 LF of directional drilled HDPE pipe under an existing canal, connection to an existing lift station, abandonment of the existing force main and road and swale restoration.

Bal Harbour Village
Utility Master Plan

The Master Plan included preliminary survey and calculations, drainage and roadway design that would take into account future sea level rising, and preliminary cost estimates in the development of new stormwater systems, through best management practices, while addressing water quality and water quantity concerns. The estimated total cost of Village-wide road and stormwater improvements was $15.9 Million.

Town of Pembroke Park
SW 30th Ave Paving & Drainage

The 0.4 mile roadway enhancements, from Pembroke Road to Hallandale Beach Boulevard, consisted of regrading and widening an existing two-lane roadway to include parallel parking and a brick paver pedestrian walkway. Work also included drainage installation, harmonization with existing conditions, curbing, sod, fencing, signage and striping.

City of Sunny Isles Beach
NE 174th St Improvements

The new roadway incorporated a reconstructed base with geotech fabric to offset the soils. The design also included a new drainage system that meets water quality requirements, site demolition, road regrading, utility relocations, sidewalks and paver walkways, landscaping, curbing, bike paths and parallel parking.