CEG Recreational Projects
CEG and staff members have been providing consulting engineering services for the Brevard Zoo for more 15 years. Projects include new construction of ground-up facilities, as well as renovation of existing spaces and exhibits. Examples of projects we have provided engineering services for are the Africa Exhibit, Zebra Exhibit, Meercats Exhibit, Special Events Pavilion, Linear Park, Classroom Addition, Indian River Lagoon Exhibit, Tree Classroom, parking lot addition, Cave Classroom, master-plan updates, Cotton Top Café, Animal Hospital, administration building and Australia Loop & Aviary. We are excited to be part of the new Rainforest Rising area for the Melbourne, FL, attraction.
Jetty Park Master Plan
This project consisted of master planning Jetty Park improvements covering 40 acres in Cape Canaveral, FL. It included the current wood canopied entrance drive with meandering bicycle path, Jetty Park pavilion, paving and drainage improvements, campground upgrades, and utility infrastructure. This also featured on-going maximizing paving and drainage improvements within the port’s budget, including permitting through FDEP for storm-water treatment, utilities and erosion/sediment control. Modification of the storm-water treatment system, including revising the location of the dry retention area and revising St. Johns River Water Management District calculations.
Daytona 500 Experience
CEG provided engineering services for the 60,000-square-foot, two-story visitor’s center for the attraction at the renowned Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, FL. The project featured several exhibit areas, simulators and interactive displays. Phase I consisted of replacement of seven chilled-water RTUs, two 150-ton air-cooled chillers and DDC controls upgrade design of 1,800-ton per hour ice storage plant.
“I have found CEG’s group of engineers to be very professional to work with. Each discipline provides timely responses and thorough documentation. I would recommend CEG’s group of structural and MEP engineers.”
Lawrence Maxwell, AIA LEED President, Spacecoast Architects, P.A.