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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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Harford County Equestrian Center Site Plan

Frederick Ward Associates provided surveying services to map a site plan for the Harford County Equestrian Center for their yearly festival. In the past years, the site plan on file was not accurate to the locations of utilities causing the tent stakes to rupture utility lines. FWA provided utility locating and topographic survey to the 33 acre site to update the site plan.

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Frederick Ward Associates MedStar Health Bel Air

Medstar Ambulatory Care Center

FWA’s involvement in this project began with the ALTA/ASCM survey to acquire the property. The project developed into a 130,000 square foot ambulatory care campus on a ten acre site serviced by Rt. 924 with an estimated construction cost of $17 million for the core and shell and $9 million for the tenant improvements. The center will provided an alternative for emergency medicine and treatment in Harford County, Maryland. FWA’s engineering scope included planning, site layout, utility design, erosion and sediment control plans, stormwater management plans, landscape design, grading plans and offsite roadway improvements to accommodate additional traffic at five intersections. FWA continues to provide construction stake out as the project continues through construction. 

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Villa Maria

The need for a local school serving Harford and Cecil Counties to address special needs students was a high priority of Catholic Charities of Baltimore.  The design developed as a school serving up to 60 students with the ability for the building to be repurposed as a flex or office building in the future.  The 20,0000 square foot building includes seven classrooms, library, gymnasium/multi-purpose room, health suite, administrative offices and specific purpose resource rooms. The site provides for ample parking, playground, basketball court, and baseball/softball field with a fence and gate system surrounding the site for security.

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Woodland Springs

Woodland Springs is a 36 acre site in Prince George’s County consisting of 50 buildings spread across 14 parcels. FWA’s survey department provided a thorough ATLA/ASCM survey of the site during the entitlement process. Each parcel was individually researched and surveyed individually. The complex was revitalized to provide affordable housing.

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The Boulevard at Boxhill

FWA is extremely proud to be a part of The Boulevard at Box Hill, a 365,000 square feet integrated community shopping center located on MD Route 924 near interstate I-95.  Through FWA’s planning, engineering and surveying services, the site has been transformed into a premier shopping destination for local and regional shoppers. Anchored by Wegman’s and JC Penney, the Boulevard offers multiple dining and boutique shopping opportunities.  As part of the larger Box Hill community, also designed by FWA, the Boulevard provides the neighborhood with a unique experience that provides all their needs.

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Homestead/Wakefield Elementary School Master Plan and Scope Study

FWA provided a feasibility study and design to modernize Homestead/Wakefield Elemtary School in Harford County, Maryland. Though the project did not progress to the construction phase, the design of the two story 140,000 SF building for a state-rated capacity of 1,029 students included multiple classrooms, common areas, a media center, tiered computer labs, art rooms, vocal rooms, music rooms, multi-purpose gymnasium with storage for the local Department of Parks and Recreation, cafeteria, resource rooms, administration suite, health suite, conference room, staff lounge, teacher workroom, planning areas and mechanical rooms.

The exterior design included an environmental interpretative area, fenced playground, tot lot, lighted walkways, and ballfields.

The design incorporated LEED Silver requirements by utilizing recycled and regional materials harvesting, native plants, rain gardens, passive solar design, geothermal materials, daylight harvesting, water-efficient fixtures, rainwater and PV arrays, vegetated green roofs, and a geothermal HVAC system.

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