Estada at Monterra
|LOCATION:||Cooper City, Florida|
|OWNER:||Engle Homes d/b/a Tousa Homes|
|CONTRACT:||Over 3 Million|
Over 600 acres of farm land was developed into a single family / multi-family community located in Cooper City, Florida. The development plan dedicated 6 acres to commercial development, 5 acres to a fire rescue station and 27 acres to a park. Construction began with moving over 4 million cubic yard of earth to create lakes and mitigation areas. Backhoes, off-road trucks and dredging operations completed this work. Concurrently, the spine road utilities and roadways were developed paving the way to the parcels and outparcels.
|OWNER:||Trammell Crow Residential|
|CONTRACT:||Over 7 Million|
This project consist of converting a 45 acre trailer park into a multifamily community. From the demolition of the existing roadways, utilities and trailer slabs to the construction of onsite lakes that provided water interconnection through the site, site utilities, concrete curbing, asphalt paving, signs, striping and the off-site utility and roadway improvements. Over 150,000 cubic yards of earth was moved, 32,000 linear feet of utility line installed and 54,000 square yard of asphalt pavement placed.
Cobblestone Residential & Phase II
|LOCATION:||Pembroke Pines, FL|
|OWNER:||Standard Pacific of South Florida|
A residential development in which our scope of work consisted of establishing erosion control, construction of the building pads, balance the site with on-site material, grade the property for proper elevation, install a new sanitary sewer, drainage, water main system and the storm drainage. Ryan also constructed the paving sub grade, on-site base rock crushing and placement, concrete curbing, asphalt paving, guardrail, as well as pavement marking, signage and striping.
|LOCATION:||Boynton Beach, FL|
|OWNER:||FM Contract Services|
Development of an 8 acre site into a multifamily community inclusive of 14 buildings and clubhouse. Civil scope included erosion control, site clearing and earthwork, storm drainage, sanitary sewer, water and fire systems, pavement subgrade, base and asphalt as well as final striping and signage. This project had an intensive schedule and was completed in 5 months and 9 days from first slab to building C.O. Because Ryan self performs all aspects of the civil work, control of the schedule made for quick completion.
AMLI Sawgrass Village
|CONTRACT:||Over 1 Million|
Contracted by AMLI Residential to provide complete sitework development for their multi-story apartment/parking garage project, Ryan provided the following scope of work: Erosion control and all SWPPP compliance preceded the earth moving and building pad construction. Site utilities including the sanitary sewer, storm drainage and the water/fire lines. Paving subgrade, base rock and asphalt paving as well as the concrete curbing, sidewalks and brick pavers, guardrail, striping and signs and the required off site modifications completed our scope.
Reserve @ Huntington
|CONTRACT:||Over 6.8 Million|
This 87 acre site required heavy clearing and extensive erosion control prior to earthwork operations beginning. Over 280,000 cubic yards of muck excavation allowed onsite embankment to begin and also created 22 acres of mitigation which was surrounded by residential development. Upon completing the onsite cut/fill and import of approximately 300,000 cubic yards, sanitary sewer, storm drainage and water systems were installed. Sanitary sewer piping was installed at depths of 22 feet below grade. Concurrently with the completion and acceptance of the utility work, concrete curbing and 22,000 square yards of asphalt paving, striping and signage completed the project.
Aventura Isles (Champion Lakes)
|OWNER:||Williams Island Ventures, LLC|
|CONTRACT:||Over 23 Million|
An incredibly multifaceted project which involved the conversion of a 150 acre golf course into a single family and multi-family community. The earthwork element was complex due to the levels of arsenic as well as other chemicals exceeding the allowable residential thresholds. Working with the local regulatory agency, a soils management plan was facilitated which involved the excavation, mixing, processing and placement of over 1,000,000 cubic yards of dirt. Upon completion, full compliance and acceptance by the regulatory agencies was achieved. In addition, approximately 13 miles of utility pipe was installed to accommodate storm drainage, water and sewer installations. Ryan also installed 60,000 square yards of asphalt paving including subgrade preparation, base work and over 40,000 linear feet of concrete curbing. Striping and signage completed our operations. A job well done.