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Transit Oriented Projects

Mixed-Use Project, Residential Project, Transit Oriented ProjectBrownsville Transit Village

090920-Brownsville Transit Village
Rendering By: Corwil Architects

Location:   Miami-Dade County,  Florida

Client:   Carlisle Development Group & Miami-Dade Transit

Project Description:   Transit Oriented Mixed-Use Development

HSQ Group, Inc. was the engineering firm that provided civil design services for the overall Brownsville Transit Village development.  This multi-phased project consisted of 467 residential apartment units throughout five (5) mid/high rise buildings with first floor retail components.  The community will also include a master parking garage facility and several playground amenities.  The civil design work included several major utility infrastructure improvements.  The existing water distribution system will be upgraded to a 12” water main extension that will be installed within Northwest 53rd Street and Northwest 29th Avenue, along the entire length of the project site.  Due to the Transit Oriented elements of this project, the existing bus bay and drop off lanes adjacent to the Brownsville Metrorail Station (Northwest 27th Avenue) will be reconfigured/reconstructed as part of this development.  Permitting and coordination with several agencies was required on this project including; Miami-Dade Transit, Florida Department of Transportation, Miami-Dade Public Works, Miami-Dade Water & Sewer Department and D.E.R.M.  Another challenging aspect of this project were the deadlines for both design and permitting due to the Federal funding that was involved in the financing of this development.

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Transit Oriented ProjectDouglas Road Metrorail Station – Park & Ride Lot

090719-MDT Douglas Road Station

Location:   Miami-Dade County,  Florida

Client:   Miami-Dade Transit

Project Description:   Existing Parking Lot Rehabilitation & Improvements

HSQ Group, Inc. was the prime consultant for this project.  The scope of work consisted of the following improvements; asphalt pavement seal coating, replacement of existing light fixtures & poles, replacement of concrete curbs and new drainage installation.  The design also included the installation of a new sidewalk connection and ADA accessibility from the existing Park & Ride Lot to the adjacent main facility building.

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