Camp Blanding MATES Expansion and Renovation

As consultant to DAG Architects, DHM provided the preparation of civil engineering drawings and construction documents for the Camp Blanding MATES Expansion and Renovation project, including sanitary sewer, domestic water, and stormwater drainage. Collaboration: Paul Davidson, P.E., Design Engineer, Kim Holloway, P.E., Quality Assurance, Structural Engineer, and Mary-Margaret Farris, E.I., Stormwater Analyst, collaborated and worked seamlessly with the DAG Architects team, agencies, and stakeholders, to provide excellent results for a successful renovation and expansion project. Construction Cost: $1.7 Million

City of Marianna Wastewater Treatment Plant and Sprayfield Solar Power Projects

The project consisted of construction of a 1.9 MW Solar Plant at the City of Marianna’s Wastewater Treatment Plant, and a 400 KW Solar Plant at the City of Marianna’s Sprayfield. The DHM team was responsible for all site layout, solar and electric design, project management, permitting, and construction engineering inspection. One (1) 10-acre site, and one (1) 3-acre site. The was the first of its kind solar power project for the Jackson County area, funded by the FDEP State Revolving Fund. Collaboration: Engineers on the project: David H. Melvin, Civil Design, Port Engineering, Applied Research and Design, Electrical Design,

Chipola River Protection and Stormwater Mitigation Retention Pond

The project consisted of construction of a 6.75-acre stormwater pond, north of Prough Drive, to retrofit what was untreated watershed, making treated stormwater available to irrigate 7.22-acres on the Chipola College campus. This project will reduce groundwater use for irrigation, improving water quality of discharge downstream into the Chipola River, and reduce flooding to the campus and to River Forest Road. In addition, this project brings aesthetic beauty to the campus, for its staff, students, and community members. The DHM team was responsible for planning, civil design, permitting, grant funding and administration, project management, and construction engineering inspection. The project

Florida State University Interdisciplinary Health Clinic

As Prime, DHM prepared civil engineering plans and specifications for the FSU Interdisciplinary Health Clinic, including stormwater analysis, preparation of civil engineering drawings, and construction documents for the new FSU Interdisciplinary Health Clinic. DHM also provided bidding and negotiation phase services, construction phase services, City of Tallahassee permitting, Northwest Florida Water Management District ERP permit, and Florida Department of Environmental Protection stormwater inspections for the project. Collaboration: Multi-agency coordination with the City of Tallahassee, Florida State University, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Northwest Florida Water Management District, and all other stakeholders, and contractors for successful project completion. Construction Cost: $3

Jackson County Health Department

The project consisted of new construction of a full-service health facility for Jackson County residents. The 48,950sf building is situated on 11.92-acres located in the Marianna Industrial Park. Long time professional associate, Elliott, Marshall, Innes, P.A., of Tallahassee, was the project architect. The DHM team was responsible for civil engineering services for the original site, previously occupied by the Sykes Corporation building which was destroyed by tornadoes. For the new health department facility, the DHM team provided numerous project tasks including, civil site design and structural design, infrastructure improvements, (roadway, utilities, permitting) grants administration, coordination with design architect, construction administration,

Florida State University Haskins Circus Complex

As consultants to Hicks Nation Architects, the DHM team provided preparation of civil engineering drawings, stormwater design, and construction documents for the Florida State University Haskins Circus Complex including the pedestrian walkways and two (2) concrete bridges, helical pile testing and installation, and parking lot expansion. Collaboration: Coordination with the Florida State University Project Managers, Hicks Nation Architects, other stakeholders, and the contractors, to achieve successful results from project start up to close out. Construction Cost: $1.9 Million

Distribution Park – Jackson County I Marianna, Florida

The project consisted of the construction of the site design for a 351-acre Distribution Park located adjacent to I-10 in Marianna, Florida. Melvin Engineering was responsible for all site design, utilities, permitting and construction inspection. DHM Highlights: Complete Site Distribution Park Design, Extension of Water, Sewer and Natural Gas Expedited Construction Schedule, Project Management, Utility Design and Permitting, and Construction Engineering Inspection Project Tasks: Directional Bore Under Interstate 10 for Distance of 980’ for Natural Gas, Water, and Wastewater Multiple Wastewater Pumping Stations Environmental Permitting Land Use Change from Ag to Commercial Park Topographic and Boundary Surveys 300,000 Gallon Pedosphere