Fulmer Engineering provided site layout and storm water design for infill residential development in Nashville, Tennessee, to meet local municipal regulations. Nashville’s topography presents challenges to satisfying storm water quality and detention requirements, which have been remedied by utilizing underground cisterns, rain gardens, and pervious pavement designs.
Bell Harbor is a 9 acres residential subdivision is in Hendersonville, Tennessee requiring support with a Final Master Development Plan and subdivision plat to create 12 residential lots. Roadway plan and profile; utilities including water, sewer, gas electric and storm water design. Erosion control permitting, storm water design, and a storm water pollution prevention plan are provided in addition to project management of survey and landscape architecture sub consultants.
Abintra Elementary School was challenged with the need for more parking in an area constricted by steep slopes while satisfying their project goals of sustainable design. A solution was found to satisfy water quality and quantity municipal requirements to provide the desired sustainable design through the use of pervious pavement. Site triangle studies were performed in order to insure vehicular safety and limit the number of trees needing removal.
Fulmer Engineering is providing third party bank representation to assess site progress in relation to pay applications by the general contractor. Civil engineering plans designed by others were compared with the construction loan to assess the appropriateness of the budget and loan amount. Monthly site visits coinciding with payment applications are also conducted to provide a narrative summary and photograph documentation of site progress.
Fulmer Engineering has provided support in MAPCO Mart expansion efforts across Alabama, Arkansas, and Tennessee. Due diligence, conceptual layout, final site layout, grading/drainage, utility design, rezoning/variances, permitting, and construction administration are provided in addition to coordinating surveying, geotechnical engineering, landscape architecture, and architecture.
Fulmer Engineer supported the Ascend Federal Credit Union new branch expansion efforts in Hendersonville, Tennessee and La Vergne, Tennessee, by providing due diligence, rezoning, site design and management of survey and landscape architecture design.
Fulmer Engineering utilized Low Impact Design methods such as rain gardens and pervious pavement to satisfy storm water regulations on residential infill lots which provided little space for storm water treatment infrastructure. Rain gardens have been provided at grade and even in elevated planters when topography is a great constraint.