Evergreens at Mahan

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Evergreens at Mahan

Evergreens at Mahan

Client: TTK Limited Liability Corporation
Location: Tallahassee, FL
Size: 24.5  Acres
Service: Land Development & Entitlements

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Mark T. Llewellyn Sr., P.E.
 

Genesis provided engineering, design, and permitting services for the construction of a 416-unit apartment complex with pool/clubhouse, parking, stormwater management, utilities, and other amenities on a site that was previously developed.

Permitting issues for the project involved landscaping, preserved urban forests, significant slopes, land use buffers and stormwater management.

The site is separated into two separate stormwater basins: a FDOT drainage facility (11.7 acres), and a closed basin (12.8 acres).

The basin that discharged to the FDOT drainage facility required a stormwater facility that met the City of Tallahassee and FDEPs treatment requirements and the FDOT's critical storm analysis for attenuation.  The closed basin required a stormwater facility that met the City's closed basin volume and recovery requirements. This involved a closed basin recovery model that included developing a continuous rainfall SWMM model that incorporated the City of Tallahassee 1964 rainfall total for the year.

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Evergreens at Mahan


Tallahassee, FL

Client:

TTK Limited Liability Corporation

Location:

Tallahassee, FL

Size:

24.5  Acres

Service

Land Development & Entitlements

Highlights:

Environmental Permitting
Traffic Engineering

Evergreens at Mahan

Genesis provided engineering, design, and permitting services for the construction of a 416-unit apartment complex with pool/clubhouse, parking, stormwater management, utilities, and other amenities on a site that was previously developed.

Permitting issues for the project involved landscaping, preserved urban forests, significant slopes, land use buffers and stormwater management.

The site is separated into two separate stormwater basins: a FDOT drainage facility (11.7 acres), and a closed basin (12.8 acres).

The basin that discharged to the FDOT drainage facility required a stormwater facility that met the City of Tallahassee and FDEPs treatment requirements and the FDOT's critical storm analysis for attenuation.  The closed basin required a stormwater facility that met the City's closed basin volume and recovery requirements. This involved a closed basin recovery model that included developing a continuous rainfall SWMM model that incorporated the City of Tallahassee 1964 rainfall total for the year.