Civil Engineering Services
- Site Planning & Design (Residential, Commercial, and Institutional)
- Transportation Planning & Design
- Traffic & Operations Studies
- Utility Systems Design
- Water Resources
- Stormwater Management & Design
- HOA Turnover – Developer/Homeowner Transition Process
R-A-M design elements for this project included site civil, potable water, sanitary sewer, landscape/tree mitigation, hardscape, irrigation, site electrical, site lighting, and FDOT traffic updates for the new Baptist North/YMCA Wellness Center located on the Baptist North Campus at Dunn Avenue and Interstate 295.
Located on a 1.76-acre site, the center is well positioned to serve the growing St. Johns Town Center location population as well as the students and educators of University of North Florida (UNF). R-A-M was pleased to be a part of the great team that brought this facility from concept to reality.
The San Marco Boulevard Streetscape Project is approximately 1.4 miles in length and incorporates streetscape improvements aimed to beautify and create an enhanced sense of destination to the San Marco corridor, improving both local business and pedestrian walkability.
Significant data collection, master plan preparation, PD&E and 60% design (thus far) for transportation improvements of Ft. George Road and Palmetto Avenue for increased visitor attendance within Ft. George Island State Park while protecting significant existing environmental and historic resources.
Soft and hardscape “walkability” design for four blocks in Jacksonville core downtown from Adams Street to W. Independent Drive (between Hemming Plaza and the Jacksonville Landing). In 2015, Laura Street received designation as an American Planning Association (APA) Great Places of America 2015, "Great Streets". This exciting recognition means Laura Street was named one of the best five streets in all of the U.S.!
A two-phase project, RAM's original project responsibilities for Old Dixie Highway (CR 115) included design to widen the portion of the project from U.S. 1 to Bypass Road (0.8-mile) from 2-lane rural to 3-lane urban, milling and resurfacing (with cross slope correction) the remainder of the 2-lane rural portion (3.6 miles) to Dyal Road, and design of culvert extensions at two crossings.
SR 15/U.S. 17, a “3R” urban project, consisted of 0.86 miles of 4-lane milling and resurfacing, utility adjustments, storm drainage rehabilitation, ADA requirement upgrades, signing and pavement markings, signalization, maintenance of traffic (from Wabash to St. Johns Avenue), and extensive coordination with property owners.
This project, located west of 1-295, extends approximately one mile from Dunn Avenue to the north. The prime objectives of the project were to reconstruct the roadway to current City rural section standards and develop an improved stormwater outfall system to eliminate stormwater flooding in the area.
New utilities, stormwater, and roadway replacement design within two southside communities bisected by I-95 including innovative stormwater conveyance system rehabilitation, new lift station design, new water mains, and challenging maintenance of traffic and neighborhood preservation designs. Joint project completed for JEA and City of Jacksonville which also included FDOT permitting.
A joint City of Jacksonville, JEA, and FDOT infrastructure improvements project from 12th Street to 7th Street, the Haines Street Expressway to Phoenix Avenue, and 8th Street from Haines Street Expressway to the railroad; a total distance of ± 2.8 miles (or 42 city blocks).
AC SKINNER PARKWAY (JTA), JACKSONVILLE, FL. - Project involved the relocation and installation of new JEA water, sewer, and electrical design and coordination of same with JTA roadway project design already at 90%. Assisted JEA with scoping to determine most efficient and cost-effective plan for all three assets and at JEA request, provided final design in less than 90 days.
The proposed multi-use trail is a 10-foot wide “off-road” asphalt path incorporating seven existing bridge crossings along the 18.1 mile route from Kathryn Abbey Hannah Park north to Amelia Island State Park. Trail heads, innovative low-impact design (LID) parking areas, elevated board-walk, and extensive multi-agency permitting are important aspects to the trail.
Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Contract for Professional Planning and Engineering Services; NAVFAC SE – Jacksonville, Florida - Multi-task support services including, development and update of facility planning studies, including: Basic Facility Requirements (BFRs), Asset Evaluations (AEs), Property Record Cards, and Facility Planning Documents; Project Documentation (DD-1391 forms) for Military Construction and Special Projects; Regional Planning Products, Master Plans, Vision Plans, Area Development Plans, Installation Planning Standards, Recapitalization Plans, and Capital Improvement Plans. Additionally, task orders were added to this contract to provide support in creating unified and standardized protocols for the management of its cadastral records.