Serving as engineering consultants for a variety of private clients and governmental entities, our four engineering divisions—Municipal/Utility, Land Development, Highway and Electrical— work seamlessly together.
Expertise in water and wastewater facilities, civil site work design and permitting coupled with extensive experience with major developers and contractors has allowed us to reduce design and capital costs for clients throughout South Florida.
Relationships with local, state and federal agencies make for a less stressful permitting process as we keep current with the latest regulations with respect to such issues that impact all of our clients. As a routine process, we regularly summarize new regulations, their potential affect and recommended actions to comply with the new regulations.
South Broward Hospital District Expansion
CGA was contracted by the South Broward Hospital District for plans on expanding Memorial Regional and Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital. The project will include a new Joe DiMaggio Pediatric Children's Hospital, parking garage addition and expansion, energy plant, cancer center, and beautification and streetscape improvements. CGA also provided engineering, planning, surveying, landscape architecture, and construction services.
Villas at Harbor Isles, Cocoplum
CGA provided site planning, surveying and engineering for a 33.5-acre development called Villas at Harbor Isles, located in Dania. A rezoning to RM-2 classification was needed to suit the client’s development parameters for the redevelopment of this site. The resulting design included 427 attached dwelling units, yielding 12.7 units per acre. This site offers Mediterranean-style villas surrounding a private central lake. A mangrove-flanked canal buffers one side of the site and a large lake borders the other side of the property.
Gulfstream Racing and Casino Expansion
Located in Hallandale, Florida, Gulfstream Racing and Casino contracted CGA to serve as the civil engineer in charge of water, sewer, drainage, electrical, natural gas, landscaping, surveying, pavement markings, construction inspection, permitting, temporary facilities and general project management and coordination.
Pines Boulevard/I-75 Interchange
In designing the Pines Boulevard/I-75 Interchange our engineers realigned the existing free-flow entrance and exit ramps at the SR-820 (Pines Boulevard) / I-75 Interchange due to development in the corridor. The City of Pembroke Pines/FDOT LAP project also involved widening both Pines Boulevard and the entrance and exit ramps, providing additional turn lanes in order to improve traffic flow through the interchange. The limits of this project extend from Grand Palms Drive to 136th Avenue.