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Fallston Middle School

The Fallston Middle School renovations and addition was awarded an Associated Builders & Contractors Award of Merit based on the FWA’s and Northpointe Builders’ work as architect and general contractor, respectively.  The project, located on the heavily traveled Mountain Road in Fallston, Harford County, included four new classrooms and support spaces, new connecting corridor at ends of first and second floors of instructional wings in,  cafeteria expansion, a new auxiliary gym, renovated bathrooms to allow handicap accessibility, and a connecting corridor and lobby.  Working with Harford County Public Schools, FWA created a curved exterior facade design for the corridor connection with multiple color glass panels to add a sense of whimsy to the school.

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Cecil College English & Math Building

FWA performed construction stake out and an as-built services for the grading plan, stormwater management plan and the roof of the English & Math Building and new parking lots at Cecil College in North East, Maryland. FWA provided layout for the new 28,683 square foot building and four parking lots. FWA surveyors provided reviews of the engineering plans to catch any mistakes that would become an issues later on to keep the project within the budget and deadline constraints.

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Mid Atlantic Distribution Center

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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Bynum Run Interceptor

FWA, under an on-call engineering contract, provided surveying and design for the installation of 9,000 linear feet of 36” parallel gravity sewer for the Lower Bynum Run Interceptor. The sewer provided relief for the existing 30” interceptor that is reaching capacity. The pipe alignment included numerous stream crossings and environmental interferences. The FWA engineers worked closely with the Maryland Department of the Environment to address each issue to meet requirements. The interceptor will support the development envelope in Harford County.

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Coppin State University Science and Technology Building

FWA provided site utility layout services for the new Science & Technology Building at Coppin State University of the two years of ongoing construction. Working for Stella May Contracting, surveyors laid out all underground utilities for the approximately ten acre site along North Avenue and Warwick Avenue in Baltimore City. Construction is projected to complete in 2015.

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Enterprise Business Park

FWA provided site planning, engineering and surveying services to support the development of the 1.5 million square feet distribution center.  The re-development project covers a 91 acre site and is divided into two lots.  Lot 1, housing Clorox, includes a 945,720 square foot building with 267 trailer spaces. Lot 2 consists of a 577,500 square foot building with 273 trailer spaces and is occupied by Rite Aid.  FWA was responsible for all civil /site design to support the park.  Site features include a welcome center, shared but secure access and a shared stormwater management system.

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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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Bayou Shoreline Stabilization

Hurricane Isabel caused the Bayou Condinmums to lose 75 feet in shoreline property and began crumbling the parking lot.  In an effort to reduce sediment from entering the water of the Chesapeake Bay, FWA was contracted by the Bayou Condominiums Association in Havre De Grace, Maryland to design a shoreline stabilization project to prevent the erosion of their property endangering their parking lot. FWA created site construction plans and details and a buffer management plan for the clearing and reestablishment of vegetation along the shoreline to slow the erosion of the property. We worked with the Maryland Department of the Environment and US Army Corps to meet the Chesapeake Bay Critical Area requirements.

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