New Port Richey Public Works Facility

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New Port Richey Public Works Facility

New Port Richey Public Works Facility

Client: Architects Design Group / City of New Port Richey
Location: New Port Richey, FL
Size: 5 acres
Service: Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Bruce T. Kaschyk, AICP
 

For the County's new office and equipment center for this Department, the City stated that tree preservation and low water use were top priorities.  In cooperation with Architects Design Group, therefore, grading and site layout worked around existing vegetation.  Existing trees were incorporated into the design wherever feasible, and water requirements were reduced by using reclaimed water and mainly native and endemic species.  Of note, an existing 60" diameter Live Oak was carefully preserved using specialized techniques, despite its proximity to the entry drive and associated fill.  The result is a new facility that works well with the site, minimizes grading and other site disruption, looks good, and is easily maintainable.

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New Port Richey Public Works Facility


New Port Richey, FL

Client:

Architects Design Group / City of New Port Richey

Location:

New Port Richey, FL

Size:

5 acres

Service

Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:

Certified Arborist Services
Irrigation Design
Landscape Architecture
Landscape Design

Contact Staff:

Bruce T. Kaschyk, AICP

New Port Richey Public Works Facility

For the County's new office and equipment center for this Department, the City stated that tree preservation and low water use were top priorities.  In cooperation with Architects Design Group, therefore, grading and site layout worked around existing vegetation.  Existing trees were incorporated into the design wherever feasible, and water requirements were reduced by using reclaimed water and mainly native and endemic species.  Of note, an existing 60" diameter Live Oak was carefully preserved using specialized techniques, despite its proximity to the entry drive and associated fill.  The result is a new facility that works well with the site, minimizes grading and other site disruption, looks good, and is easily maintainable.