Ten Years in the Making: The Shoppes at Redstone Square
Thank You Letter from Jeff Lee, Principal, Chattahoochee Elementary
We received notice today that Columbia Engineering and Services, Inc. is a finalist for the 2018 Gwinnett Chamber Regional Business IMPACT Awards! We look forward to the May 16th luncheon to celebrate the many businesses in Gwinnett that make a positive impact on this great county!
Columbia Engineering employs the President of the Atlanta Chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB), Damien DiVittorio. Columbia is supporting an EWB project which is to design, fund, and construct a clean and sustainable water source for a community in Ecuador through a Platinum Level Sponsorship. Columbia Engineering will also play a role in engaging other members of our industry to partner with us in providing necessary funding and employee resources through completion of this multiple-year project. Anyone interested in joining this initiative should contact Damien at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While not a conventional project, our National Engineers Week Program Day with Coleman Middle School is a project we are extremely proud of and plan to make an annual event.
HOSPITAL AUTHORITY APPROVES BID FOR COOK MEDICAL CONSTRUCTION
Cook County Economic Development Commission
COOK MEDICAL CENTER GROUNDBREAKING TAKES PLACE
Tiger Point Pavilion is a newly developed, 16-acre Publix anchored shopping center adjacent to Walmart Supercenter, Lowe’s and Walgreen’s. The Site fronts Tiger Point Country Club and has an average daily traffic count of 34,000 cars per day. The ribbon cutting for the project took place on January 18, 2018.
Columbia Engineering and Services, Inc. provided civil engineering services for this project. Project challenges included shallow groundwater, extensive wetland avoidance and minimization, complex stormwater quality and quantity design to meet FDOT / Santa Rosa County / Northwest Florida Water Management District requirements, FDOT access concerns, lift station and off-site force main, and constrained areas for utility installation and vehicle circulation/access. Successful project design and permitting required careful coordination among multiple local, state, and federal jurisdictions as well as multi-discipline team coordination (geotechnical, structural, environmental, lift station, traffic, and ecologist).
Take a look at Columbia’s National Engineers Week Program Day with Coleman Middle School students. A special thanks to Gwinnett Daily Post and the AJC for the articles.
Columbia staff plans a hands-on day for 8th-grade Fundamentals of Engineering Class at Coleman Middle School.
New Public Orchard Built at White Street Park
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