CEG Parking Garage Projects
Cruise Terminal 8 Parking Garage
Construction Engineering Group provided the engineering design services for the Cruise Terminal 8 Parking Garage at Port Canaveral, FL. The scope of this project consisted of the design build for 3.09 acres. It included site design and permitting for the overall pedestrian and vehicular traffic, parking layout, utilities and coordination with master storm-water management system. The six-level garage was completed without interfering with ongoing cruise ship activities.
Melbourne City Hall
Construction Engineering Group provided site design and permitting of a new five-story building comprised of city offices and council chambers, and a five-story detached parking garage for a total project size of 60,000 square feet. The building also has a data center with raised floor. The existing Melbourne, FL, site had three buildings and paved parking without storm-water treatment. All exiting improvements were removed, and a dry retention storm-water treatment system was proposed. The building was constructed of structural steel moment frames and masonry shear walls. Floor systems consisted of concrete slabs on composite steel-beam framing. The structure is supported on shallow foundations.
Florida Institute of Technology Parking Garage
The scope of this project included threshold inspections throughout the construction process for a 130,200-square-foot parking garage in Melbourne, FL. Threshold inspections were performed pursuant to the structural plan. These inspections checked for reinforced steel prior to concrete placement, shoring and re-shoring, concrete placement, and inspection of all structural components and connections for this four-story, 207-parking-space structure.
“The CEG team designed and assisted with the construction of the project (Melbourne City Hall) which was delivered on-time and on-budget. The only change orders associated with the project were city-driven changes for additional items. The City of Melbourne feels that CEG was an integral part of the successful design-build of the new City Hall.”
Jenni Lamb, City of Melbourne Engineer