OHPA Port of Fernandina Master Plan

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OHPA Port of Fernandina Master Plan

OHPA Port of Fernandina Master Plan

Client: FL Seaport Transportation & Economic Development Council
Location: Nassau County and Camden County, FL
Service: Community Design & Regional Planning

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Joseph P. Loretta, RLA, LEED®AP, BD+C
 

Cardno, Inc. and Genesis were retained by the Florida Seaport Transportation and Economic Development Council, and the Ocean Highway & Port Authority Area (OHPA) to develop the OHPA Port of Fernandina Master Plan. The objectives of this project were to:

  • Develop a 10-year horizon port strategic plan that includes an economic development component that identifies targeted business opportunities for increasing business and attracting new business for the OHPA.
  • Include in the master plan an infrastructure development and improvement component that identifies those improvements within the plan area for the port to attain a strategic advantage in competing with other similar ports.
  • Update the master plan to identify intermodal transportation facilities needed over the ten year planning horizon which are reasonably foreseeable and achievable to maximize the potential of OHPA investments.
  • Incorporate in the updated master plan a component that identifies physical, environmental, and regulatory barriers to achieving the master plan goals.
  • Have an updated master plan that has an intergovernmental component that specifies modes and methods to coordinate the plan with the missions of the FDOT, other state agencies, and affected local government agencies.

Genesis' services for this project included:

  • Identification & Analysis of Nassau County Industrial Development Opportunities
  • Evaluate and Identify Future Markets and Potential Customers
  • Transportation Analysis and Impacts
  • Economic/Funding Analysis
  • Conceptual Development Plans
  • Finalize Master Plan
  • Intergovernmental Coordination
  • Comprehensive Plan Coordination
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OHPA Port of Fernandina Master Plan


Nassau County and Camden County, FL

Client:

FL Seaport Transportation & Economic Development Council

Location:

Nassau County and Camden County, FL

Service

Community Design & Regional Planning

Highlights:

Comprehensive Planning
Conceptual Planning
EAR Process
Master Planning
Planning
Project Coordination Services
Transportation/Traffic Impact Analysis

OHPA Port of Fernandina Master Plan

Cardno, Inc. and Genesis were retained by the Florida Seaport Transportation and Economic Development Council, and the Ocean Highway & Port Authority Area (OHPA) to develop the OHPA Port of Fernandina Master Plan. The objectives of this project were to:

  • Develop a 10-year horizon port strategic plan that includes an economic development component that identifies targeted business opportunities for increasing business and attracting new business for the OHPA.
  • Include in the master plan an infrastructure development and improvement component that identifies those improvements within the plan area for the port to attain a strategic advantage in competing with other similar ports.
  • Update the master plan to identify intermodal transportation facilities needed over the ten year planning horizon which are reasonably foreseeable and achievable to maximize the potential of OHPA investments.
  • Incorporate in the updated master plan a component that identifies physical, environmental, and regulatory barriers to achieving the master plan goals.
  • Have an updated master plan that has an intergovernmental component that specifies modes and methods to coordinate the plan with the missions of the FDOT, other state agencies, and affected local government agencies.

Genesis' services for this project included:

  • Identification & Analysis of Nassau County Industrial Development Opportunities
  • Evaluate and Identify Future Markets and Potential Customers
  • Transportation Analysis and Impacts
  • Economic/Funding Analysis
  • Conceptual Development Plans
  • Finalize Master Plan
  • Intergovernmental Coordination
  • Comprehensive Plan Coordination