Murray Hill Arts Center ADA Renovations, Jacksonville, Florida – Department of Parks, Recreation, & Community Services – The purpose of this project is to renovate the center’s interior and exterior, making it ADA compliant while improving the functionality of the work areas. It includes the addition of a new ADA compliant sidewalk and ramp approaching the new extension of the porch (back entrance) area, bath and toiletry upgrades, HVAC and electrical upgrades, newly installed hand and guardrails, new flooring, and the addition of a new cabinet storage area.
Design Projects (Engineering)
Pine Forest Infrastructure Improvements, Project Area 2, Jacksonville, Florida – Department of Public Works – Project Management & Inspection Services
Design needed to improve the current drainage system in the neighboring community. C&ES’s design will include paving and drainage improvements and incidental utility adjustments to four (4) streets within the Pine Forest area, all located north of Emerson Street. The limits of work and proposed design improvements will include, but may not be limited to the following:
- Milling and resurfacing asphalt pavement streets
- New City Standard Curb & Gutter to be placed on selective streets
- New 5′ wide sidewalk to be installed on selective streets
- Repair/replace existing curb & gutter as needed
- Collection of runoff trapped in areas of concern
Jacksonville University Parking Lot Improvements, Jacksonville, Florida
This design project called for parking lot improvements at the Jacksonville University Campus. Our client was in need of additional faculty and student parking spaces to be incorporated within the existing parking area. The final design featured the addition of 11 total parking areas, creating approximately 165 additional parking for the JU community.
Oceanway Senior Center Parking Lot Improvements, Jacksonville, Florida
C&ES was asked to provide a design for parking lot improvements of the Senior Center located in the Oceanway area. The design produced more efficient parking of automobiles, and ease of access to the Center for the Senior Transportation buses. The new design consisted of three (3) individual parking lot options incorporating parallel and angled parking.