Tampa Bay Park - Lakeside Parking Expansion

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Tampa Bay Park - Lakeside Parking Expansion

Design and permitting to facilitate the expansion of an existing parking garage at Tampa Bay Park. Client expressed a need for a greater parking ratio than currently existed on site and tasked Genesis with presenting alternatives for obtaining additional parking. Selected solution involved expanding an existing parking garage over a surface parking lot, which nearly doubled the size of the existing garage. Expansion utilized existing ramps, stairwells and elevators, thus making the expansion more economical than building a new facility.

Existing historic utilities were required to be removed which included modifications to potable water service to and existing adjacent building and re-routing of the fire services to the garage and building.

Landscape design include addition of landscape islands, preservation of a Grand Oak and "Green Screen" for the exterior of the garage.

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Tampa Bay Park - Lakeside Parking Expansion


Tampa, FL

Client:

Highwoods Properties

Location:

Tampa, FL

Size:

1+/- Acre

Service

Land Development & Entitlements

Highlights:

Civil Engineering
Conceptual LA Design
Construction Engineering and Inspection
Construction Phase Services
Design Development
Engineering
Engineering Design and Permitting
Landscape Architecture
Landscape Design
Redevelopment
Stormwater Analysis and Solutions Design
Surveying
Utility Engineering

Contact Staff:

Kyle L. Thornton, P.E.

Tampa Bay Park - Lakeside Parking Expansion

Design and permitting to facilitate the expansion of an existing parking garage at Tampa Bay Park. Client expressed a need for a greater parking ratio than currently existed on site and tasked Genesis with presenting alternatives for obtaining additional parking. Selected solution involved expanding an existing parking garage over a surface parking lot, which nearly doubled the size of the existing garage. Expansion utilized existing ramps, stairwells and elevators, thus making the expansion more economical than building a new facility.

Existing historic utilities were required to be removed which included modifications to potable water service to and existing adjacent building and re-routing of the fire services to the garage and building.

Landscape design include addition of landscape islands, preservation of a Grand Oak and "Green Screen" for the exterior of the garage.