CPWG Designed Eco-friendly Landscaping
Nearly 100 acres of improvements to a former orange grove.
Eco-friendly landscaping uses all native plants.
CPWG Athletic Field Design
5 Soccer Fields
2 Baseball Fields
2 Softball Fields
6 Tennis Courts
4 Sand Volleyball Courts
2 Basketball Courts
Improved Visitor Experience
2 Concession Stands
3 Bathroom Buildings
CPWG Designed Expansive Play Area
Creates the centerpiece of the park.
It includes slides, climbing areas and sand pits.
Children can jump, climb and hang around as much as they want.
Innovative Play Area Design
…My three year old son LOVED the playthings made to look like trucks. There were eleven of these cleverly designed mini-playgrounds in shapes like excavator, cement mixer and bulldozer…
Excerpt from Yelp review
North Lake Community Park Design
CPWG Engineering provided the design development and permitting for the $5 million expansion of the North Lake Community Park near Umatilla. The park improvements covered approximately 95 acres and included an entrance road, two driveways, three parking lots (approximately 250 spaces each for a total of 750 spaces), five soccer fields, four baseball and softball fields, tennis, racquetball and basketball courts, playgrounds and other amenities.
The CPWG team was directly responsible for coordinating the kick-off meeting, preparing the base plan, improvement design development and design review. Our design incorporated 60%, 90% 100% and final civil plans, specification and cost estimates. CPWG Environmental and Water Resource specialists and scientists conducted a habitat assessment of the park to identify any potential problems caused by project site construction or development.
Our staff also focused their efforts to obtaining the required permits in a timely manner to reduce construction time. Permits obtained include: St. Johns River Water Management District’s (JRWMD) Environmental Resource Permit (ERP) for stormwater and consumptive use permit, Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) water permit and water supply facility design permit, and Lake County Health Department On-site Sewage Disposal System (OSDS) permits. We also coordinated with Lake County utilities and public works department to ensure work was completely correctly.