CPWG Engineering delivered
design and permitting services for construction of a 4,870 sf Express Service and Lube (Express Oil Change) building in Tampa.
CPWG Site Development Plan Included:
- Vehicle Access
- Pedestrian Access
CPWG Engineering Prepared and Submitted:
- City of Tampa site plan application
- SWFWMD permit documents
- FDOT access and stormwater connection permit
- FDEP utility permit documents
CPWG Construction Management Included:
- Conduct site inspections
- Review of construction contract documents
- Review of shop drawings
- Preparation of Record Drawings
- Preparation and submission of Final Certifications
Express Oil Change Building Design
CPWG Engineering was contracted to provide design and permitting services for the development of a 4,870 sf Express Service and Lube (Express Oil Change ) building on the east side of Dale Mabry Highway in the City of Tampa. The site was vacant but in the past had been used for open storage and contained two 1,000 ± sf buildings. Access to the site is from Dale Mabry Highway (SR 600/US 92) at the private road West Lawn Avenue. West Lawn Avenue is located in an easement along the north property line and serves as access to the two tracts located east of the site adjacent to the railroad.
Site construction included all vehicle access, parking, pedestrian access, stormwater, and utilities. Water and sewer were presumed to be available at/or adjacent to the site. Although an SWFWMD master plan covered the area of the site, a Standard General Minor Systems permit was required, including on-site stormwater management. Storm sewer discharge was connected to the existing storm sewer system on Dale Mabry Highway. Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) permitting was required for the driveway connection (revised West Lawn Avenue) and Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) permits for the stormwater connection.
BASE SCOPE OF SERVICES
- Our team began by reviewing existing information available at Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD), FDOT and the City of Tampa to determine critical design elements such as utility locations, stormwater management requirements, and connection.
- To smooth the permitting process members of the CPWG team attended Pre-Application meetings with SWFWMD, FDOT, and the City of Tampa to discuss the project and each agency’s site specific design and permit application requirements.
Construction Site Plan
- CPWG Engineers developed and submitted the Construction Site Plan based on information gathered from review agencies and provided by the client for submission to the City of Tampa, including the required site, landscape, utility and stormwater improvements.
- A site lighting plan was designed to meet City of Tampa requirements.
- Prepared and submitted SWFWMD permit documents.
- Prepared and submitted FDOT access and stormwater connection permit documents.
- Prepared and submitted FDEP utility permit documents
- Responded to RAI from SWFWMD, FDOT, FDEP, City of Tampa, and the client
Construction Observation and Certification
- Site Inspections.
- Responded to City of Tampa or contractor requests for additional information during construction.
- Reviewed construction contract documents, shop drawings, pay requests, reports or other documents associated with the design and construction of the Project.
- Preparation of Record Drawings for agency certifications (per contractor/surveyor data).
- Preparation and submission of Final Certifications of construction to permitting agencies.