This is the redevelopment of the Greenwich train station. Over the past several years, we has performed the overall site research and analyses of drainage, grading, sanitary sewer and stormwater systems in preparation of designing the overall site plans. We designed the overall site plan and produced the necessary documents for site plan approvals which included the property and topographic survey, site development plan, site grading plan, the site utilities plan and the sediment and erosion controls plan. A new train station is to replace the more than 50-year-old facility in central Greenwich. New retail space, a new movie theater complex, pedestrian and commuter pathways and a privately owned public park are to be part of the $45 million project, which is led by the Ashforth Company, the owner of Greenwich Plaza, the multi-use development on Railroad Avenue that includes the train station. Much of the plaza is slated to be redone. The project will include a public-private partnership between and Town of Greenwich and The Ashforth Company, Metro-North and the Connecticut Department of Transportation.
The new construction of a 140,000sf Home Depot building and garden center included 588 parking spaces and a new intersection. In addition to managing the land use approval process, we produced the site development plans and construction documents depicting the design of site grading, drainage, utilities, erosion controls, intersection design and prepared the Drainage Report. The Zoning Location Survey was used in the building permit process to depict proposed improvements relative to the property boundaries. We also prepared and submitted a CT DEEP Construction Stormwater General Permit application, EPB permit, provided Civil Engineer Construction Administrative services, Construction Surveying and Utility Coordination and, in addition, assisted with State DOT permitting for the new intersection.
The project, located within the floodplain of the Mill River, just east of the river at Broad Street and Washington Boulevard. The project includes approximately 190,000± square feet of retail space on two levels of Target floor space, approximately 16,000± square feet of additional ground level retail space, several levels of above grade, structured parking as well as associated sitework including drainage, utilities, paving, etc. Various permits from City of Stamford regulatory boards were secured including a permit from the Environmental Protection Board (EPB) which required demonstration that the project would not effect the floodplain and that it was designed to meet the governing floodproofing standards of safety for such projects.