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Morrisville Fire Station No. 1, Morrisville, NC

Morrisville Fire Station No. 1, Morrisville, NC

CLH provided landscape architecture and civil engineering services for the replacement of the Town of Morrisville’s Fire Station No. 1. This site consisted of a 13,119 SF building with associated site improvements including parking, stormwater management and traffic circulation. The building is one-story with a mezzanine and three truck bays. It sits on a formerly vacant parcel of land located between several municipal buildings and an employee parking lot. Only 11 parking spaces were proposed on this site due to the close proximity of other Town facility parking lots. Sidewalks incorporate pedestrian connections to all the municipal buildings and functions.

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Rowan County Communications E-911 Facility, Salisbury, NC

Rowan County Communications E-911 Facility, Salisbury, NC

CLH provided landscape architecture, civil engineering design, and construction administration services for a new 8,818 SF Communications 911 Facility built on 3.85 acres in Rowan County.   This site is located within the Yadkin-Pee Dee watershed. Anti-terrorism design elements were incorporated into the site design. The building was built into the existing topography and positioned the required distance from the visitor parking lot and the surrounding public rights-of-way.  Careful consideration was made while designing the landscaping and assembling the plant palette to ensure that all areas on the site maintained clear visibility for security purposes.

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Cary Fire Station No. 8 and Police Substation, Cary, NC

Cary Fire Station No. 8 and Police Substation, Cary, NC

CLH provided civil engineering and landscape architecture services for the design and construction of a new 14,410 SF fire station and police substation for the Town of Cary. The combination of these two public safety services, under one roof, provide greater emergency services to the western area of Cary. The site is located in the Jordan Lake Watershed overlay district. The on-site BMPs were located to control runoff from virtually all on-site impervious areas and a portion of impervious surface from off-site right-of-way.

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