Entries by eda

Oak Hammock Expanded Health Pavilion at the University of Florida® Recently Opened

Oak Hammock at UF included the development of a 136-acre retirement community consisting of single-family homes, villas, and low-rise residences with fitness center and 70,000 square feet of common areas, walking trails, and gardens. For this project, eda provided services such as Master Plan, boundary and topographic surveys, underground utility locations, ALTA Survey, and civil […]

With new facility, Gainesville Area Rowing hopes to boost sport

eda engineers and surveyors are proud to have worked on this Gainesville Area Rowing project. Our engineers designed and permitted the site plan and surveying services included boundary resolution and performing a topographic survey to support the engineering design. Our Director of Surveying even provided expert testimony in court regarding the location of a disputed […]

Celebration Pointe officials say project’s on track

Who else is looking forward to the opening of Bass Pro Shops this fall? This Gainesville Sun article provides an update on construction at Celebration Pointe. eda is proud to be a part of the design team for the project. from gainesville.com The main roads will be done, lit and landscaped through Celebration Pointe — […]

Nestled near pricey student flats, a haven for seniors, vets

eda is proud to have provided civil engineering services for the new Arbours at Tumblin Creek development. This  Gainesville Sun article provides some details of the new development on SW 13th Street. from gainesville.com An Alabama developer with local ties has started work on affordable apartments for seniors and veterans in the middle of a […]

Park Avenue at Santa Fe…Under Construction

It’s exciting to see Alachua County’s first approved TND taking shape! Below is a great Business Magazine article that provides some highlights of the development. eda has provided civil engineering and construction services for the project. from businessmagazinegainesville.com Park Avenue at Santa Fe is well under development on the southeast corner of Northwest 39th Avenue […]

Pent-up demand fueled construction boom in 2015

Below is a great Gainesville Sun article that provides a recap of the major development activity in Gainesville, Florida in 2015. Five eda projects are mentioned, including Celebration Pointe, Park Avenue at Santa Fe, Sonny’s BBQ, Home2 Suites and Archer Centro West. Thanks to all of our clients who made 2015 great. from gainesville.com Development […]

Goodwin Company Announces Expansion

We’ve posted Gainesville Chamber of Commerce article below announcing the expansion of the Goodwin Company facility in Micanopy. As the article mentions, they specialize in the reuse of heart pine and cypress to produce amazing products. eda provided planning, surveying and civil engineering services for this project. from GainesvilleChamber.com Goodwin Company, pioneers of River-Recovered® heart […]

eda Expands Planning Department: Two New Planners Bring Decades of Experience to the Firm

Sergio Reyes and Clay Sweger, Principals of eda engineers – surveyors – planners, inc., are welcoming Onelia Lazzari and Lowell Garrett as Senior Planners in the company’s Planning Department. Lazzari and Garrett bring decades of experience and expertise in land planning in the public sector to eda. “Their combined experience in North Central Florida will […]

Long-awaited Alachua Publix set to open Saturday

There is now a Publix in Alachua, Florida! The ribbon cutting occurred yesterday, so the store is now open for business. eda prepared the civil engineering plans and survey for this project. We’ve posted Gainesville Sun article reporting on the ribbon cutting of their new campus. from gainesville.com Alachua Mayor Gib Coerper said he’s heard […]

Peaceful Paths sets the standard with new campus for domestic abuse survivors

eda is proud to have assisted with the design and permitting of this project. Peaceful Paths is a wonderful community resource! We’ve posted Gainesville Sun article reporting on the ribbon cutting of their new campus. from gainesville.com As a Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce employee, Joe Johnson has attended a lot of ribbon-cutting ceremonies. This […]