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John V. Mettee, IV joins Cecil County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

John V. Mettee, IV Appointed to Cecil County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

John V. Mettee, IVSenior Vice President and Director of Surveying, Mr. John V. Mettee, IV, is one of six new Board Members for Cecil County Chamber of Commerce.

As a lifelong Cecil County resident, John is thrilled to have the opportunity to serve Cecil County through his role as a member of the Chamber’s board.

In addition to his role at Frederick Ward Associates, John is also an owner and operator of Tattoo Icons, a tattoo and piercing shop in Cecil County’s Perryville, MD. Tattoo Icons was established in 2012, and has quickly grown into one of the premier shops in the county.

As a graduate of the Harford Leadership Academy and the Core Leadership Program, John also sits on the board for the Harford Leadership Academy while simultaneously serving as the current Susquehanna Chapter Chair for the Maryland Society of Surveyors. Other industry-related groups and local non-profit organizations that John remains active in include NAIOP, ABC Baltimore, Maryland Center for the Arts, Boys and Girls Club, ULI, MBIA, and Habitat for Humanity.

John resides in Colora, MD with his wife, Jamila, and their five children. When not working or volunteering, John can be found crabbing on his boat, doing home improvement projects, or shopping for unique and fashionable outfits.

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Jack’s Small Engines

Jack’s Small Engines is one of the top digital sales companies for small engine pieces. The new e-commerce center features over 30,000 SF of space to cater to their constant flow of online orders through their website. The building now accommodates the volume of orders with loading docks, inventory expansion system, roller conveyor system with package sorting and a state of the art fitness center for employees. Jack’s is looking to expand in the future, while keeping the business locally in Harford County.

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Eastgate

Eastgate Industrial Park will consists of three buildings on a 243 acre site for a total of 2.5 million SF between the Amtrak rail line and the Aberdeen Proving Ground security fence. Phase 1 includes the development of a 656,800 SF Class A cross dock distribution center located at 1100 Woodley Road and a two mile extension of Woodley Road and associated public utilities to connect to Route 715 in the future. Eastgate is expected to bring up to 2,000 new jobs to the area.

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Seasons of Bel Air Clubhouse

The new Seasons of Bel Air Clubhouse serves as a gathering area for the members in the multi-family community. Residents can take advantage of the fitness room, pool with grilling area and patio, kitchen, lounge area and game room. The staff also has a new fully functional office area to meet with residents, both current and potential, to discuss the community and answer any questions.

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Spartan Surfaces

The 43,000 SF former Aegis Building in downtown Bel Air was transformed to a contemporary space to provide a headquarters for Spartan Surfaces, incorporating their brand and products in their work place. The revitalization of the existing space was designed and constructed by local firms and brings long term employment opportunities to the community. When the renovation completed, Spartan Sports and Wellness was added to the basement, a state of the art training facility complete with a golf simulator. The gym serves the greater community and specifically student athletes in group training sessions.

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A winner of the 2014 Maryland NAIOP Best Industrial Park and Best LEED Warehouse for Building B, the fully leased Mid-Atlantic Distribution Center is another FWA success.  The 2 million square foot complex on 130 acres located in Perryman, Maryland current houses Bob’s Furniture, Electrolux and Sephora distribution facilities.  Both a benefit to the site and a challenge for design, the nearly flat property was engineered to meet the user’s loading dock requirements while meeting drainage and stormwater management standards for over 100 acres of impervious area.

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Campus Hill Shopping Center Waste Water Treatment Plant

The Campus Hill Shopping Center required the design of a new wastewater treatment plant for the discharge from an entire shopping center including standalone stores and a movie theater to meet the Maryland Department of the Environmental discharge requirements. FWA utilized all of its disciplines in providing topographic survey, stormwater management design, erosion and sediment control plans and architectural design for the building to encompass the plant. The wasterwater is piped to flow to a treatment building where a grinder pump lift station will pump the wastewater to the head of the SBR plant. After treatment, the water will flow to a second lift station outside of the building that will pump and distribute to the various disposal fields.

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Riverwoods at Tollgate

One of Harford County’s first mixed-use centers, the Riverwoods at Tollgate offers affordable housing opportunities to both families and seniors.  The project, on 15 acres in the Abingdon, Maryland, is comprised of 84 garden style apartments, 79 mid-rise units and a complimentary climate controlled storage facility.  Designed in accordance with the new Maryland Stormwater Management requirements, the project is currently under construction.  After providing site planning, engineering and surveying services, FWA is proud to continue offer construction support to the Whiting-Turner Contracting Company as the project progresses. www.whiting-turner.com.

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Hickory 16 Inch Water Main

FWA provided the engineering and surveying services for the construction of 1,800 linear feet of 16” water transmission main for the Harford County Government division of water and sewer. The water transmission main completed a necessary link to the third zone water distribution system and enabled service to a future third zone water storage tank to support the future growth and development of Harford County.

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