Consulting Engineering for a Coastal City
Long-Term Municipal Consulting
Crawford, Murphy & Tilly (formerly as Stone Engineering Group) was selected under four separate continuing contracts by the city, both as a sub and lead consultant. Services provided include roadway, fire stations, bridge repair, and sidewalks.
Bulldog Drive Widening / Reconstruction
Services provided through the City of Palm Coast including a traffic analysis, PD&E study, and preliminary and final design for approximately ½-mile premiere entrance road for the new 2900-acre City of Palm Coast Town Center. The entrance road serves as a gateway to a hub district of public and community service facilities and includes a mile-long 10-foot pedestrian and multi-use sidewalk. The project also included stormwater management, pump station design, and permitting for the 150-acre Flagler/ Palm Coast H.S- Bulldog Drive drainage basin to mitigate existing flooding.
Bridge Rehabilitation Program – Bridges # 734062, 734063, 734064, 734062
Bridges were showing signs of distress at the approaches and in the bulkhead sheet pile walls. Previous repairs to the walls used fiberglass material however, holes have developed in the fiberglass according to FDOT Bridge Inspection Reports. As a result, the approach sidewalks, approach barriers, and portions of the concrete slope protection have settled. Major rehabilitation was necessary for the bulkhead fiberglass and steel sheet pile walls, the concrete slope protection, and adjacent slope, along with the approach sidewalks and approach barriers. The engineering design also included roadway and sidewalk improvements, milling and resurfacing, utility relocations, erosion control, and MOT.
Belle Terre Sidewalk
Design of approximately 1200 ft of 8 ft wide sidewalk along the east side of Belle Terre Parkway. The project included changing conservation easement lines, wetland restoration, and stormwater canal piping. The project was redesigned to mitigate impacts from a developer’s conservation easement placed across the City of Palm Coast Right-of-Way.
Farmsworth Fire Station #24
The project is located along Palm Harbor Parkway in the northeastern portion of the City of Palm Coast and impacts approximately 2 acres of the 7.2-acre site. The station is approximately 9,264 sq. ft. The civil design includes building footprints, parking areas, roadways, driveways, sidewalks, stormwater management system, water and sewer utilities, emergency signal improvements, roadway, drainage, and off-site utility improvements necessary to complete the design of the fire station. Permitting and governmental approvals were coordinated with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD), and the City of Palm Coast (City) Development Review Committee (DRC). SEG provided the services in association with ADG Architects.
Royal Palms Fire Station #25
The project is located along Belle Terre Parkway in the southwestern portion of the City of Palm Coast and impacts approximately 2 acres of the 9.5-acre site. The project is to be a combination fire station and emergency management operations building comprising 18,180 sq. ft. with approximately 41 regular parking spaces and three fire truck bays. The civil design will include building footprints, parking areas, roadways, driveways, sidewalks, stormwater management system, water and sewer utilities, emergency signal improvements, roadway, drainage, and utility improvements necessary to complete the design of the fire station. Coordination with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD), and the City of Palm Coast (City) Development Review Committee (DRC) for the submittal of permits. The site was adjacent to a City Tennis Center also under development resulting in a number of site modifications to the fire station parking and access to accommodate the Tennis Center.