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Triple Creek

Triple Creek

Client: Centex Homes
Location: Riverview, FL
Size: 1,100 Acres
2,045 Units
Service: Land Development & Entitlements

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Kyle L. Thornton, P.E.
 

Genesis was retained by Centex Homes to master plan, design, survey, and engineer a 1,050 acre site in the southern portion of Hillsborough County.

Consisting of 2,045 residential units, 50,000 SF of office use and 80,000 SF of commercial uses, the project also includes parks, a commercial town center, community center, library, fire station, and an elementary and middle school.

As part of the project, Genesis designed and provided construction observation services for 8.5 miles of off-site force main. Issues facing construction included wetland area, crossing major utilities and tributaries for Tampa Bay Water.

The project site is located within a unique land use category that requires the utilization of neo-traditional techniques. Triple Creek is the first of its kind to conform to these specific guidelines.

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Triple Creek


Riverview, FL

Client:

Centex Homes

Location:

Riverview, FL

Size:

1,100 Acres
2,045 Units

Service

Land Development & Entitlements

Highlights:

Civil Engineering
Conceptual Design
Engineering
Engineering Design and Permitting
Hardscape Design
Landscape Architecture
Planning
Stormwater Master Planning
Surveying
Water & Wastewater Engineering

Contact Staff:

Kyle L. Thornton, P.E.

Triple Creek

Genesis was retained by Centex Homes to master plan, design, survey, and engineer a 1,050 acre site in the southern portion of Hillsborough County.

Consisting of 2,045 residential units, 50,000 SF of office use and 80,000 SF of commercial uses, the project also includes parks, a commercial town center, community center, library, fire station, and an elementary and middle school.

As part of the project, Genesis designed and provided construction observation services for 8.5 miles of off-site force main. Issues facing construction included wetland area, crossing major utilities and tributaries for Tampa Bay Water.

The project site is located within a unique land use category that requires the utilization of neo-traditional techniques. Triple Creek is the first of its kind to conform to these specific guidelines.