Savannah River Wildlife Refuge Jasper Co., SC Columbia provided civil engineering and landscape design services for a new 6000 SF Visitor Center for US Fish & Wildlife in the Savannah River Wildlife Refuge. Civil services included coordination with local, state and federal jurisdictions and util

Columbia provided civil site design and landscape architecture services for the 7 acre campus.  The campus includes a 60,000 square foot classroom and gymnasium facility and a multi-purpose sports field for soccer and football. Located in an upscale residential area at the corner of two busy roads,

Columbia provided civil site design for the conversion of 51,836 SF of an existing parking lot to a soccer field for use by Atlanta Academy. The total site consisted of 8.83 acres of developed commercial and institutional land. The commercial component was a former Winn Dixie shopping center which h

Duluth, GA Columbia was responsible for the civil site design for multiple projects at the existing 46.72 acre Duluth High School campus. The projects included a new four story classroom building with associated parking, courtyard expansion, temporary/overflow parking and a new tennis court facility

Gwinnett Co., GA Columbia was responsible for the civil site design for the JC Magill Elementary School Expansion. The expansion included a 31,884 SF classroom addition, 2,268 SF cafeteria expansion, 6,645 SF activities building and additional parking. The building expansion necessitated reconfiguri

Columbia provided site development for the design team tasked with modifying the West Entrance to the Destiny Metropolitan Worship Center. The project included site design related to the construction of a canopy and additional sidewalks. This project required close coordination with the architect so

Located in Johns Creek, Georgia, this project consisted of civil site design and landscape and irrigation design for an 18,252 SF religious facility on 10.43 acres. Civil engineering services included grading, drainage, utilities and road expansion design.  Special consideration was required for a p