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FDEP Sebastian Inlet State Park New Concession Building

Jones Edmunds designed, obtained permitting, and provided construction services ...

FDEP Sebastian Inlet State Park New Concession Building

Jones Edmunds designed, obtained permitting, and provided construction services to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) for a new 5,000-SF two-story concession and gift shop building at the Sebastian Inlet State Park. The design included civil, environmental, mechanical, electrical, and structural elements, as well as coordinating on the architectural components of the project. This project also involved demolishing the existing 1,600-SF concession building and associated deck areas. The new structure includes a food concession area to accommodate approximately 50 people, as well as a gift shop, a rental space for special events, and a covered open-air deck. The facility provides boardwalk and deck areas with views overlooking Sebastian Inlet and the Atlantic Ocean. Special design considerations included permitting seaward of the Coastal Construction Control Line and lighting that minimizes the effect on sea turtle habitat.

FDEP Rainbow Springs State Park Improvements

Jones Edmunds designed and provided construction-phase services for improvements...

FDEP Rainbow Springs State Park Improvements

Jones Edmunds designed and provided construction-phase services for improvements at Rainbow Springs State Park for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). We also helped obtain an environmental resource permit through the Southwest Florida Water Management District. Project elements included:
  • Boardwalks
  • A gazebo
  • A man-made waterfall restoration
  • Steps leading into the spring head
The river boardwalk and the overlook which views the Rainbow Spring head provided for pedestrian foot traffic through an environmentally-sensitive area with a 20-ft overview of the spring. In addition, we constructed wooden steps to provide easier access to the area.

FDEP Kenwood Boat Ramp Access Road, Parking Area, and Ramp Improvements

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) needed to improve road...

FDEP Kenwood Boat Ramp Access Road, Parking Area, and Ramp Improvements

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) needed to improve road access to the Kenwood Boat Ramp in Putnam County. To accomplish this goal, Jones Edmunds prepared new design work, roadway construction plans, and supporting calculations for the following improvements:
  • 1,400 feet of existing dirt roadway improvements, ramp access, and parking areas
  • 3,200 feet of improved roadway access
  • Turn-lane improvements, including a northbound off-ramp and a southbound left-turn lane
Jones Edmunds developed roadway plan and profile sheets, earthwork cross sections, and signing and pavement marking plans for this project. We also supported with related stormwater issues and permitting for this site.

NASA Traffic Study of Kennedy Space Center Roadways

Jones Edmunds conducted a traffic study at Kennedy Space Center to identify any ...

NASA Traffic Study of Kennedy Space Center Roadways

Jones Edmunds conducted a traffic study at Kennedy Space Center to identify any roadway and safety-related issues within the facility. We evaluated all major roadways, including over 42 miles of roadways, 60 intersections, and 1 highway-to-highway interchange. Jones Edmunds compared roadway design elements against the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials’ Greenbook and Roadside Design Guide. We also evaluated signage and striping against the Federal Highway Administration’s Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices. The study included obtaining traffic counts at all site entry points, determining the functional classification of each roadway, and establishing the applicable design speeds so we could apply proper design criteria. Study results included both graphical and narrative documentation of design deficiencies, site-specific recommendations to correct these deficiencies, a prioritized ranking of the deficiencies, and estimates of probable construction costs to implement the recommended corrections. Recommendations were classified as Immediate Priorities, Near-term Priorities, and Long-term Priorities.

Civil Design

Our civil design projects give us the opportunity to put our creativity to the test by identifying challenges and creating solutions for developing and effectively delivering quality and innovative designs and permitting, cognizant of time and budget constraints. Our vast knowledge of civil engineering systems helps create smart designs with a focus on functionality, ease of maintenance, and future growth. We help our government, aerospace, industrial, and federal clients with the services listed below:

  • Civil Infrastructure Systems
  • Stormwater Management Facilities
  • Transportation Systems
  • Coastal Resiliency
  • Facilities Design and Construction
  • Deconstruction / Hazardous Material Abatement

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