We provided full-service professional civil engineering, permitting and construction administration services to Baystate Health for their Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plant. This project, once completed, will allow Baystate Medical Center to operate for thirty (30) days uninterrupted during a utility crisis, up from only 90 hours previously. We coordinated meetings with City Officials, SWSC, Eversource and other utility providers to discuss development issues and concerns. Phasing 1 of the project included the relocation of an existing historical house to another Baystate-owned lot on Pratt Street, coordinated in part by us. Other site improvements included relocation of existing campus electrical conduit banks, sewer and electrical services, design of subsurface storm water management systems, loading area, sidewalks, and parking lot improvements. This project is directly related to the City of Springfield's participation in HUD's National Disaster Resilience Competition. In the year-long 2-phase competition Springfield was up against 67 eligible applicants and was selected as one of thirteen (13) winners. This resulted in the City being awarded $17,056,880 in CDBG-NDR funding.
Deep Eddy Vodka Distillery is a 20,000 SF project located on 4 acres in Dripping Springs. The project included the development of a distillery with a 5000 SF tasting room. The entire site expands to 30,000 SF for outside seating and events.
We provided civil engineering services for the FedEx distribution center located in Zainesville, Ohio. We worked with Berkshire Development to develop mass earthwork and grading plans to balance the cut to fill earthwork on-site. The distribution center is located on the edge of a commercial cul-de-sac and approximately 90,000 cubic yards of material was quantified prior to construction. As a result, the project was value engineered so that no earthwork material was imported or exported during the site work phase of construction.