Polk County North Central Landfill Phase V Design, Permitting, and Construction Services

This 30-acre landfill expansion consisted of a 27-acre double composite liner system and a 3- acre singled-lined vertical expansion over portions of the existing on-site Class III landfill. The design included a number of innovative elements to increase current and future capacity and to reduce the construction and operational costs of the facility.

Portions of the Phase V bottom liner were constructed below the seasonal high water level, resulting in a significant reduction in backfill material requirements and the generation of more than 200,000 cubic yards of soil for landfill operations. The design also included a unique leachate collection system liner flap and pump stations ready for future expansion to the east of the Phase V facility.

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West Palm Beach Stormwater Master Plan

Jones Edmunds was part of a team selected by the City of West Palm Beach to develop a clear, comprehensive, and forward-looking framework that encompasses the City’s existing stormwater management program. This project included services to investigate key components of…

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Polk County North Central Landfill Phase V Design, Permitting, and Construction Services

This 30-acre landfill expansion consisted of a 27-acre double composite liner system and a 3- acre singled-lined vertical expansion over portions of the existing on-site Class III landfill. The design included a number of innovative elements to increase current and…

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Reedy Creek Solid Waste Transfer Station

Jones Edmunds and Wharton-Smith, as a Design-Build team, were selected to design, permit, and construct a new 275-tons-per-day (tpd) solid waste transfer station for Reedy Creek Energy Services to serve the Disney theme parks. The new station replaces an aging…

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Masters Tract Regional Stormwater Treatment Facility

St. Johns County is required to implement projects to reduce nutrient loads to the Lower St. Johns River (LSJR) to meet the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) compliance goals of the LSJR Basin Management Action Plan. To assist the County,…

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