Winding Cypress ERP

Description: J.R. Evans was tasked with civil engineering, planning, surveying and hydrogeological services for the design and permitting of a 1,900-acre project. Surrounded by the Belle Meade-Royal Hammock slough that collected a regional flow-way system into the Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Preserve, this development included all aspects of water management and started with a major off-site analysis of the contributing watershed. A combination of HEC-RAS and the Inner Connected Pond Routing Model— as well as accentuated peak flows to not impact floodplain storage — created a cohesive development with ecological enhancements, water quality improvements to sensitive ecosystems and flood protection.

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Location: Collier County, FL

Duration: March, 2014 – July 2014

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Description: Provided services to facilitate a (CLOMR) for the Oceane development project, involving a condominium building with associated amenities, including pool with cabanas. Located along the Sarasota Bay/Gulf of Mexico on Siesta Key, FL, the property was entirely mapped within…

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