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DOWNTOWN ORLANDO CREATIVE VILLAGE

Orlando's planned Creative Village will be the largest redevelopment project in the history of downtown Orlando.

This partnership project between the City of Orlando, the University of Central Florida and Valencia Community College sits on the former Orlando Arena 68-acre siteĀ  and will feature an urban downtown UCF/VCC campus. GEC is currently working on the project. GEC provided geotechnical engineering for the roadway/utility infrastructure network encompassing the CV site, specifically as it relates to the Terry Avenue extension north to Amelia Avenue and the Livingston Street re-alignment across the former Amway Arena parking lot.

GEC provided the geotechnical engineering and ground penetrating radar (GPR) investigations for both the urban Lime Line and Grapefruit Line bus rapid transit loops that will greatly enhance mobility for downtown residents.

In addition, GEC provided geotechnical and environmental consulting for the SunRail commuter rail line, which will support the CV transit-oriented development for an estimated 10,000 college students.

GEC has served the City of Orlando under continuing geotechnical engineering and construction materials testing contracts since 2006.

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DOWNTOWN ORLANDO CREATIVE VILLAGE

Orlando's planned Creative Village will be the largest redevelopment project in the history of downtown Orlando.

This partnership project between the City of Orlando, the University of Central Florida and Valencia Community College sits on the former Orlando Arena 68-acre siteĀ  and will feature an urban downtown UCF/VCC campus. GEC is currently working on the project. GEC provided geotechnical engineering for the roadway/utility infrastructure network encompassing the CV site, specifically as it relates to the Terry Avenue extension north to Amelia Avenue and the Livingston Street re-alignment across the former Amway Arena parking lot.

GEC provided the geotechnical engineering and ground penetrating radar (GPR) investigations for both the urban Lime Line and Grapefruit Line bus rapid transit loops that will greatly enhance mobility for downtown residents.

In addition, GEC provided geotechnical and environmental consulting for the SunRail commuter rail line, which will support the CV transit-oriented development for an estimated 10,000 college students.

GEC has served the City of Orlando under continuing geotechnical engineering and construction materials testing contracts since 2006.


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