Econfina Springs Complex

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Econfina Springs Complex

Econfina Springs Complex

Client: Northwest Florida Water Management District
Location: Bay and Washington County, FL
Size: 47,000 acres
Service: Parks & Recreation

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

Genesis is providing professional engineering, architectural, and landscape architectural design services in the development of spring restoration and protection designs for Pitts, Sylvan, and Williford Springs within the Econfina Springs Complex. The preservation of water quality is the foremost concern with emphasis on stormwater runoff control, erosion control, and re-vegetation of eroded shorelines of the creek bank and spring pools.

Impacts relating to public use will be mitigated through the use of designated parking areas, improved trail alignments, elevated boardwalks over sensitive natural areas and the placement of well defined outdoor use areas. Amenities include restroom facilities, boardwalks, view decks, spring access stairs, picnic shelters, parking areas, and canoe/kayak docks. Restoration of natural areas include eroded stream banks, abandoned trails, and revegetation of spring banks to original profiles with native vegetation.

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Econfina Springs Complex


Bay and Washington County, FL

Client:

Northwest Florida Water Management District

Location:

Bay and Washington County, FL

Size:

47,000 acres

Service

Parks & Recreation

Highlights:

Canoe/Kayak Launch
Civil Engineering
Conceptual Design
Construction Administration
Engineering Design and Permitting
Environmental Services
Landscape Design
Mapping & Cartography
Park Amenities
Public Involvement
Spring Restoration
Stormwater Design
Surveying
Wetland Habitat Creation/Restoration

Econfina Springs Complex

Genesis is providing professional engineering, architectural, and landscape architectural design services in the development of spring restoration and protection designs for Pitts, Sylvan, and Williford Springs within the Econfina Springs Complex. The preservation of water quality is the foremost concern with emphasis on stormwater runoff control, erosion control, and re-vegetation of eroded shorelines of the creek bank and spring pools.

Impacts relating to public use will be mitigated through the use of designated parking areas, improved trail alignments, elevated boardwalks over sensitive natural areas and the placement of well defined outdoor use areas. Amenities include restroom facilities, boardwalks, view decks, spring access stairs, picnic shelters, parking areas, and canoe/kayak docks. Restoration of natural areas include eroded stream banks, abandoned trails, and revegetation of spring banks to original profiles with native vegetation.