Port Ybor Redevelopment

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Port Ybor Redevelopment

Port Ybor Redevelopment

Client: Trammell Crow Company
Location: Tampa, FL
Size: 24+/- acres
Service: Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Bruce T. Kaschyk, AICP
 

Port Ybor has always evolved throughout its history to meet the changing demands of the shipping and maritime industry. After being designated a brownfield, the Tampa Port Authority made the decision to relocate it's headquarters to downtown Tampa and redevelop the land on which is was located.

The first phase of development included reconstructing a widened Grant Street from 20th Street west approximately 0.25 mile.  The roadway section included construction of both water and sewer infrastructure to support future phases as well as a baffle box control structure to provide in-line stormwater quality treatment prior to discharge into the adjacent channel.  The design included a parallel stormwater conveyance system to allow future development to discharge “clean” stormwater to the system and bypass the roadway’s baffle box treatment system.

Subsequently, a private developer contracted with the Port to design, permit, and construct a 281,600 SF (Phase II) and a 156,000 SF (Phase III) cross dock bulk distribution warehouse.  Both building phases included paving, grading, and utility design to support the proposed private development.  In addition, each site required a baffle box to clean the stormwater prior to discharging to the common conveyance system located within Grant Street.

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Port Ybor Redevelopment


Tampa, FL

Client:

Trammell Crow Company

Location:

Tampa, FL

Size:

24+/- acres

Service

Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:

Civil Engineering
Regulatory Permitting
Stormwater Analysis and Solutions Design
Stormwater Master Planning

Contact Staff:

Bruce T. Kaschyk, AICP

Port Ybor Redevelopment

Port Ybor has always evolved throughout its history to meet the changing demands of the shipping and maritime industry. After being designated a brownfield, the Tampa Port Authority made the decision to relocate it's headquarters to downtown Tampa and redevelop the land on which is was located.

The first phase of development included reconstructing a widened Grant Street from 20th Street west approximately 0.25 mile.  The roadway section included construction of both water and sewer infrastructure to support future phases as well as a baffle box control structure to provide in-line stormwater quality treatment prior to discharge into the adjacent channel.  The design included a parallel stormwater conveyance system to allow future development to discharge “clean” stormwater to the system and bypass the roadway’s baffle box treatment system.

Subsequently, a private developer contracted with the Port to design, permit, and construct a 281,600 SF (Phase II) and a 156,000 SF (Phase III) cross dock bulk distribution warehouse.  Both building phases included paving, grading, and utility design to support the proposed private development.  In addition, each site required a baffle box to clean the stormwater prior to discharging to the common conveyance system located within Grant Street.