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As-Needed Municipal Engineering Consulting
The CMT Jacksonville team (formerly Stone Engineering Group) has acted in the capacity as a technical engineering consultant and advisor to the City since 2002, assisting in all facets of technical assistance.
Specific services have included:
Stormwater Management Master Plan
Stormwater master planning for the Citywide 1100-acre drainage basin Including identification of St. Johns County and FDOT drainage impacts. Develop and permit the master City Environmental Resource Permit through SJRWMD.
Citywide Stormwater Master System
Plan and Design the 15-acre master stormwater detention facility constructed in three phases, a 120-foot-long weir and duel 25 cfs stormwater pumps with a tidal outfall into the Matanzas River. A recent modification is the FEMA HMGP project raising the protective berm of the master stormwater system and upgrading the stormwater pump station to 180cfs to mitigate the impact of tidal flooding.
Erosion Protection of Mizell Outfall to Matanzas River
Develop stakeholder funding allocation and evaluate erosion control options. Permit Master stormwater detention facility outfall erosion control sheet pile wall.
Assist with the City’s required USEPA MS4 requirements including the development of BMP’s.
Stormwater Conveyance Projects
Design eight separate phases of stormwater drainage system improvements to mitigate localized flooding within the City.
Beach Boulevard Traffic and Pedestrian Enhancement Evaluation
Beach Boulevard is the primary access to the beaches of St. Augustine Beach and experiences traffic backups, parking limitations, and pedestrian access conflict. The analysis consisted of evaluating options for improving traffic flow, parking, and pedestrian access while providing for a streetscape enhancement of the two-mile corridor.
Eighth Street Paving
An unimproved street west of Beach Boulevard, the project consisted of paving the street, providing a secondary entrance into the Best Western Motel, on-street pervious parking as well as water and sanitary sewer extensions.
- Ron Parker Park, including paved lime rock parking area and walkways around a monument of a fallen police officer.
- Ocean Hammock Park, evaluation of FDEP grant funding conditions, property sellers’ conditions, and SJRWMD conservation easements as impacts to park development. Design and permit 25 space unpaved parking for the site.
- Maratea 2200-foot dune crossing boardwalk, permitting through SJRWMD (wetlands) and FDEP (coastal construction setback)
- Planning and development of the oceanfront splash park at the County pier.
… [they have] always provided quality engineering services in a timely manner, and their staff has been available and responsive to our needs.