Hallandale Beach, Florida
KEITH provided professional civil engineering, landscape architecture, and subsurface utility engineering (SUE) services. Responsibilities included preparation of landscape and irrigation plans, incorporating drought tolerant plants, and ‘Florida Friendly Landscaping’ practices, as well as water-saving irrigation components with a ‘smart’ controller, incorporation of a rain sensor, preparation of documents, attendance at City DRC, AAC, and Planning and Zoning meetings for the site plan approval, pre-application meetings with jurisdictional agencies, preparation of required bidding and construction documents, design plans, supplementary contract requirements, technical specifications and cost estimates, providing assistance for LEED BD+C rating documentation, attendance at pre-bid meetings, responding to bidder questions, and preparation of possible bid addenda for project revisions, providing construction engineering/management services for the project, and providing project close-out services. This project ultimately achieved LEED Gold Certification in 2018.
More about the Hallandale Beach Fire Station No. 7
The building program and design for the City’s new main fire rescue headquarters and emergency management facility were developed to achieve LEED Silver Certification and included a 25,000 SF, two-story complex with four apparatus bays and living quarters for up to 16 firefighters. The new facility is at the SW corner of Foster Road and NW 1st Avenue. In addition to on-duty fire rescue staff, the building houses the City’s Fire Prevention Bureau, including office space for fire inspectors, plans review, and public education. The City’s fire rescue administrative headquarters will be located within the new facility, in addition to its emergency operations, as well as meeting space. Construction documents for the project are complete.