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Residential Projects

Commercial Project, Residential ProjectModera Dadeland

Location: Miami-Dade County

Client: Miami-Dade County

Project Description: Construction of two (2) buildings with a total of 350 rental apartments and 1,280 square feet of office space.

The mixed-use development consisted of the construction of two (2) buildings with a total of 350 rental apartments and 1,280 square feet of office space. The property was located within unincorporated, Miami-Dade County.  The new buildings were adjacent to public right-of-ways, which were upgraded in order to meet current Miami-Dade County Public Works standards.  HSQ Group coordinated the water and sewer developer’s agreement and points of connection with Miami-Dade Water & Sewer Department, including the county’s sewage pump station upgrades.  The project also included the construction of a local community park located within the property.  The park was to be dedicated to the Miami-Dade Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department as part of the final conveyance process.

Residential ProjectPalm Breezes – City of Fort Pierce

Location: St. Lucie County

Client: City of Fort Pierce

Project Description: Palm Breeze was a 151 acre multi-phased development with 634 residential units, located within the City of Fort Pierce. HSQ was the civil engineering firm that designed the master infrastructure for the overall development. This included approximately 52,800 linear feet of water distribution, sewage collection and transmission systems. The project also included the design of two (2) master on-site pump stations (20+ Feet Deep Wet Wells). The development involved on-site wetland mitigation as part of the earthwork operations. HSQ also provided the client with construction management and inspection services during the development of phase one. All site and utility inspections were coordinated with the Fort Pierce Utilities Department which provided services to this area.

Residential ProjectCelebration Pointe – Pembroke Pines

Location: Broward County, Florida

Client: City of Pembroke Pines

Project Description: Planning, Surveying, and Civil Engineering Project

HSQ Group was the planner, surveyor and civil engineer for the 29.50 acre residential apartment complex in the City of Margate. The project consisted of a right turn lane and traffic signal modification on State Road 7, a 12” water main loop system to the city water main tank, 6” force main and city master sewage pump station design. Internal roadway and parking lot design with two lakes, wetland mitigation, filling of existing canals requiring Broward County, Margate and Army Corp permits.


Residential ProjectModera Bird – City of Miami, Miami-Dade County

Location: Miami-Dade County

Client: Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department (MD-WASD)

Project Description: 256 Single Family Homes within a 152 acre property

As part of the developer’s agreement for the proposed project by Mill Creek Residential, the Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department (MD-WASD) required several water main upgrades within the adjacent right-of-way areas.  The project was located within the City of Miami on the south side of Southwest 40th Street (SR 976 / Bird Road), between SW 38th Avenue and SW 37th Court.


One of the main challenges for this project was the required connection to an existing 42” concrete water main within SR 976.  The existing water main is over 50 years old and located within a major roadway.  Therefore, a special contractor was needed in order to install the tapping sleeve assembly and conduct the wet tap.  The night time connection process was coordinated with both MD-WASD and FDOT staff.  There were numerous utility crossings that had to be coordinated during the design phase.  HSQ also assisted both Mill Creek and Florida Power & Light Company in the conduit design, plan preparation and permitting for a new FPL concrete duct bank (12 Conduits) that had to be installed across Bird Road in order to bring electrical service to the new building.  In addition, HSQ also coordinated the removal of several existing utility poles and the installation of a new high voltage transmission pole within Peacock Avenue.

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