Services:

Site Planning and Design, Master Planning, Civil Engineering, Wetlands Flagging and Permitting, State and Local Environmental and Site Permitting, Construction Documents and Construction Observation, and Continuing Services.

Client:

Brickstone Properties

Services:

Site Planning and Design, Master Planning, Civil Engineering, Wetlands Flagging and Permitting, State and Local Environmental and Site Permitting, Construction Documents and Construction Observation, and Continuing Services.

Client:

Brickstone Properties, Hewlett-Packard Company

Services:

Site Planning and Design, Master Planning, Civil Engineering, Wetlands Flagging and Permitting, State and Local Environmental and Site Permitting, Construction Documents and Construction Observation, and Continuing Services.

Client:

Brickstone Properties

Services:

Site Planning and Design, Master Planning, Civil Engineering, Wetlands Flagging and Permitting, State and Local Environmental and Site Permitting, Construction Documents and Construction Observation, and Continuing Services.

Client:

Brickstone Properties

Services
Feasibility Studies
Master Planning / Strategic Planning for Site Development
Environmental & Wetland Assessment & Replication
Site Permits & Environmental Approvals
Landscape Architecture, Site Planning & Design
Civil Engineering
Construction Documents & Administration
Sustainable Site and Environmentally Sensitive Site Design
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Minuteman Park

Minuteman Park is a 250 acre office/research park that has been master planned in two phases for 2,500,000 square feet of development.  Approximately 1,900,000 square feet is currently built.  The project required extensive permitting from state and local histoical, archaeological and environmental agencies.  Additionally, this development required reconstruction of offsite roadway and utility infrastructure, including rebuilding of the Route I-93 River Road interchange.

The development included extensive watershed planning to address impacts related to storm water discharge and storm water quality.  This included construction of bioretention cells, vegetated bioretention swales and large wet ponds that addressed the storm water management and also acted as major landscape features.  Pretreatment marshes and wetland cells were also constructed to augment the mitigation.

All of the drainage systems and wetponds are interconnected so that storm water from the developed areas provides 100% of the water supply for irrigation of all the landscaped areas.  During the peak summer months, up to 2,000,000 gallons of water per week is drawn from this system from two seperate sources to irrigate the landscaped areas.