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Chazen prepared master planning and detailed site development/civil engineering plans for numerous neighborhoods within this unique community located minutes from downtown Chattanooga. A variety of architecture styles are connected by tree-lined sidewalks, park-like open spaces and walking trails.
Chazen provided all planning, engineering and landscape architectural services associated with preparation of a Generic Environmental Impact Statement and the subsequent permitting of the redevelopment of the Hudson Valley Winery property located within the Town of Lloyd. The 389+ acre property will be redeveloped as a mixed-use residential development consisting of single family homes, townhouses, and low-rise apartments as well as approximately 50 acres of commercial space and 53 acres of open parkland. Most homes are currently planned for 1-acre … Continue reading “Hudson Valley Wine Village”
Chazen provided structural engineering services for a new 2,400-square foot private residence. Chazen was retained by Tallman Koch, an architectural firm specializing in a unique style of construction coined IT HOUSE. The IT HOUSE concept utilizes aluminum frame sections to create the shell of the building. The aluminum frame also serve as the primary load resisting elements of the structural system. Chazen provided structural design and construction documents for the structural framing and foundation system.
The Carvel Property is a 2,220-acre proposed golf, second home, and pre-retirement community. Chazen provided civil, environmental and geotechnical engineering services as well as wetlands and hydrogeological evaluations.
Chazen was retained for civil engineering design, hydrogeologic evaluations, and visual impact assessment tasks for the Awosting Reserve. The project is a conservation based gated residential community on 2,700 acres and includes amenities such as an 18-hole golf course, club house, swimming beach, pool, tennis courts, outing club, trails, sports fields and picnic areas. Chazen was responsible for geotechnical investigations, hydrologic evaluations, stormwater management system design, water supply/distribution design, road and building site development design, erosion and sedimentation control, wastewater … Continue reading “Awosting Reserve Residential Community”
Chazen provided design and environmental review services for the proposed Sailor’s Cove mixed-use development project on the City of Kingston’s Hudson River waterfront. The project consists of 350 units of housing, 200,000 square feet of commercial/office development spaces, a marina, and a variety of recreational amenities, including a waterfront trail and boat docks in a neo-traditional neighborhood development approach. The waterfront development includes remediation and redevelopment of a former brickyard manufacturing plant.
OPWDD requested that The Dormitory Authority of State of New York (DASNY) complete an initial feasibility assessment and subsequent detailed design documents for two new eight-bed healthcare units located on a parcel of land in the Town of Wassaic and another eight-bed healthcare module on a parcel of land in the Town of Rochester. Chazen worked closely with the project architect to refine site related components by completing subsurface soil investigations, detailed site layout, grading and septic system design and … Continue reading “Office For People With Developmental Disabilities”
Olivet Center, formerly Dover Knolls, is a transportation-oriented, mixed-use development of 1,372-residential units and 200,000 square feet of commercial space located on approximately 1,000 acres of the former NYS Office of Mental Health’s Harlem Valley Psychiatric Center in Southern Dutchess County. Redevelopment of this site results in a live, walk, work community with considerable opportunity for active life style families. Recreational amenities include an extensive trail system linking to the Appalachian Trail, a nine-hole golf course, a clubhouse with a … Continue reading “Olivet Center – Formerly Dover Knolls”
Chazen provided full design, engineering, landscape architecture, permitting, planning, and surveying services associated with preparation of a Generic Environmental Impact Statement for the redevelopment of a LEED® Certified 24+ acre brownfield site along the waterfront in the Village of Tarrytown. 247-residential units are featured together with 80,000 square feet of professional/commercial/office space and 20,000 square feet of restaurant/retail space and other public amenities.