Lakeside at Clearwater

 

Lakeside Enterprises hired FDC for this challenging 20- acre commercial/residential redevelopment project located at the busy intersection of Highway 60 and Belcher Road. The final product includes new townhomes as well as commercial/retail space and supporting infrastructure for new occupants.

Lakeside at Clearwater included a thorough analysis and revamping of the site’s drainage and stormwater system. The utility and transportation infrastructure and tie-in points posed challenges during engineering and subsequent construction to minimize disruptions to traffic flow and general use of the site. FDC provided permitting, survey, full site/civil design and construction survey services for the entire project.

 

 

 

Westfield Countryside Mall Redevelopment

 

 

Countryside Mall expanded in 2009 to include an upscale state-of-the-art Cobb-12, Bar Louie, BJ Brewhouse & Restaurant, Grimaldi’s Coal Fired Pizzeria and Red Robin Gourmet Burgers. In 2013, PF Chang’s China Bistro was also added to finish out the restaurant row.

Westfield hired FDC to provide civil design, survey and permitting services to support the 70,000± SF additions. Our engineers ensured that the expansion, which was developed in existing parking lots resulted in a net gain of parking for the site without expanding the site’s footprint. FDC handled all stormwater design and treatment elements, traffic flow and utility reconfiguration within the site and all permitting through the City.

 

 

Mitchell Ranch Plaza

 

 

Mitchell Plaza is a +371,000 SF retail plaza located at the major intersection of S.R. 54 and Little Road in Trinity, Florida. Some of the retail stores include: Target, Publix, Ross Dress for Less, Marshalls and Pier 1 Imports.

AIG Baker MRP, LLC hired FDC to perform full services including, DRI approval, initial entitlement planning, ongoing planning services, full survey services, civil design, environmental permitting, transportation engineering and construction observation.

 

Clearwater Mall Redevelopment

Clearwater Mall is located at the intersection of U.S. Highway 19 North and Gulf-to-Bay Blvd in Clearwater, Florida and sits on 75 acres. FDC assisted the developer Sembler Company in a total demolition of a traditional enclosed mall replacing it with a new open-air lifestyle center anchored by Target, Lowe’s, Costco, Ross, David’s Bridal and multiple restaurants including Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill, Jimmy John’s, and Five Guys Burgers and Fries.

Florida Design Consultants (FDC) was engaged by Sembler Company as the engineer of record to create all facets of the civil engineering design, including infrastructure, stormwater management, utilities design and transportation engineering. FDC also assisted the developer in obtaining approval of a site plan, preliminary plat and final plat through the City of Clearwater. FDC provided survey services to include boundary and topographic survey, as well as construction stakeout and observation during the development of the project.

Arbor Shoreline Office Park

Arbor Shoreline project is the redevelopment of the eastern 15.77 acres of the Arbor Shoreline Office Park and is located within the City of Clearwater. The project consisted of a 350-unit apartment complex with parks and clubhouse overlooking Old Tampa Bay with access from U.S. Highway 19.

FDC was hired by The Bainbridge Companies, LLC to provide full site/civil design, permitting and survey to redevelop this former office complex.

Westfield Countryside Mall Redevelopment



Westfield Countryside Mall Redevelopment –Pinellas County, FL

Westfield Countryside Mall expanded in 2009 to include an upscale state of the art Cobb-12 movie theater, Bar Louie, BJ Brewhouse & Restaurant, Grimaldi’s Coal Fired Pizzeria, and Red Robin Gourmet Burgers. In 2013, PF Chang’s China Bistro was added to finish out the mall’s restaurant row.

Florida Design Consultants (FDC) was engaged by Westfield, LLC to provide engineering, surveying, planning, and permitting services to support the 70,000± square foot addition in the mall’s southwest corner. Our engineers ensured that the expansion, which was developed in existing parking lots, results in a net gain of parking for the site without expanding the site’s footprint, which was compliant with all City Codes. FDC handled all stormwater design and treatment elements, traffic flow, and utility reconfiguration within the site and all permitting through the City.

 

Mitchell Ranch Plaza



Medical Arts Building at Medical Center of Trinity –Pasco County, FL

This 4-story, 90,000 square-foot medical arts building lies on State Road 54 just east of Little Road in Trinity, Florida. The building was completed in 2011 and houses Medical Center of Trinity’s Women Diagnostic Services, physician offices, a pharmacy, and a Outpatient Surgery center.

Florida Design Consultants (FDC) employed all aspects of their site development expertise on this project, from design, beginning in 2009, through final construction completion in November 2011. FDC performed a Notice of Proposed Change (NOPC) to the overall Mitchell Ranch Plaza DRI Application for Development Approval to bring the MOB to an earlier phase of development. Working together with the architect, Rojo Architecture, site plans for the overall hospital were designed and permits modified to advance the office forward for earlier development. FDC performed the survey services including boundary and topographic surveys, prepared legal descriptions and sketches, construction staking, engineering record surveys, and continues to provide construction observation services. Full civil engineering design services and permitting through Pasco County. Landscape architecture design was also provided to assist our client with full service support.

Clearwater Mall Redevelopment



Clearwater Mall Redevelopment –Pinellas County, FL

Clearwater Mall is located at the intersection of U.S. Highway 19 North and Gulf-to-Bay Blvd in Clearwater, Florida and sits on 75 acres. FDC assisted the developer Sembler Company in a total demolition of a traditional enclosed mall replacing it with a new open-air lifestyle center anchored by Target, Lowe’s, Costco, Ross, David’s Bridal and multiple restaurants including Smokey Bones Bar & Fire Grill, Jimmy John’s, and Five Guys Burgers and Fries.

 

Florida Design Consultants (FDC) was engaged by Sembler Company as the engineer of record to create all facets of the civil engineering design, including infrastructure, stormwater management, utilities design and transportation engineering. FDC also assisted the developer in obtaining approval of a site plan, preliminary plat and final plat through the City of Clearwater. FDC provided survey services to include boundary and topographic survey, as well as construction stakeout and observation during the development of the project.