BESH was contracted to design and permit a City prototype 3 bay fire station on a one acre site next to the Kings Ridge Community. The fire station is approximately 6,500 square feet with rear entry access from the adjacent side street exiting onto Hartwood Marsh Rd. Design included water and sewer utilities, stormwater treatment and emergency signal for exiting onto Hartwood Marsh Rd.
The scope for this project included site planning for a new police station while preserving existing buildings as much as possible for use during construction on a new station. Once the new station was built and ready to occupy, old buildings were torn down to finish the parking areas and landscaping. BESH prepared construction documents for site design and phasing, construction specifications, obtained all required site permits and provided construction management services.
BESH provided surveying and site design/permitting for the new City of Mount Dora Fire Station #2. BESH also provided bidding assistance and construction oversight to the City on this project,which improved response times for the western portion of the City.
BESH provided land surveying, site design and permitting, bidding assistance and construction oversight for the new Lake County Fire Station #82 located on CR561 in Astatula, Florida. BESH also permitted both potable water and sewer facilities to serve the Station.
A 9,000 SF building and pavilion structure for the City of Clermont’s Waterfront Park on Lake Minneola. Project includes a pre-engineered pavilion, equipped with state-of-the-art audio & visual equipment, a performance stage, restroom facilities, and covered seating for approximately 400 people. The attached structure, a community meeting room of approximately 4,000 SF includes multi-purpose and divisible meeting spaces, as well as restroom and storage areas. The meeting room area also serves as the staging or ‘green room’ area for performances on-stage. This project was completed spring of 2011.
The BESH Team partnered with Blaise, Fiebach & Associates to create a one-of-a-kind wedding and conference facility over the waters of Lake Dora, adjacent to Wooton Park in the City of Tavares, Florida. The two-story structure is accessed via a 40′ wide pier capable of holding outdoor events such as art and car shows, and features an integrated floating marina for water taxi and seaplane mooring. The facility is destined to become the premier wedding and conference facility in Central Florida, offering a unique experience to brides-to-be, and allowing for aerial departures from their nuptials via seaplane.