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|Timmons Blog Meet the Staff Monday: Amelia Wehunt, PEThis Monday, we're getting to know Amelia Wehunt, PE, Senior Project Manager, champion of Timmons Group's growing Urban Design Practice, Stormwater Expert, and coordinator of our Commercial Coffee networking event. Amelia and the Richmond Stormwater team mastering the Escape Room. A Little History: Amelia celebrated her 10 year anniversary at Timmons Group last June. She specializes in urban infill and redevelopment projects, neighborhood improvement projects, as well as stormwater management design and compliance. Much of her work, outside of designing and preparing construction plans, involves stakeholder coordination and work sessions, representation at public meetings, and providing construction support services. Amelia at Virginia State University's annual Arbor Day celebration, helping clean out filterra systems around campus. In addition to working with local government, private entity, and higher education clients, Amelia has developed a passion for urban design projects that help strengthen the urban core here in the City of Richmond. Amelia now leads Timmons Group's Urban Practice, a group that utilizes all of Timmons Group's in-house services to collaborate on projects that help the City grow and improve. Stone Brewing: one of our Urban Practice's most notable projects. Commercial Coffee Amelia also plays a large role in innovation and business development for the firm as well as leadership within the industry community. One of her many leadership responsibilities involves coordinating Commercial Coffee, a monthly networking event for members of the commercial real estate industry that features new projects in the Greater Richmond Metropolitan area. Amelia locates the venues each month, coordinates event sponsorship, coordinates the speakers, and attends the event monthly to cultivate and grow relationships for the firm. The monthly networking event maintains attendance between 75-100 people per month. Amelia presenting at Commercial Coffee Commercial Coffee at Vasen Brewing Commercial Coffee at Main Street Station Industry-related Experience: Since 2012, she has actively served on the Board of Directors for Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Richmond chapter in various roles including, Sponsorship Director, Secretary, Treasurer, and currently as Membership Director, all working to achieve CREW's mission to advance women in the field of commercial real estate business and related industries. She has also served on the Virginia Water Environment Association's Stormwater Committee. In this role she organized the 2016 Spring Stormwater Seminar, entitled "Striking the Right Balance: Water Quality, Quantity and Aging Infrastructure" which focused on bringing stormwater professionals together statewide to discuss and learn about current stormwater compliance challenges and potential solutions. For more information on Amelia's projects, please see the links below: Timmons Group's Urban Practice: http://bit.ly/2EartI5 VSU's Arbor Day Event: http://bit.ly/2FYBhW5Timmons Blog|
|Timmons Blog Three Advantages of LED Signals to Increase Traffic Signal SafetyIf you have traveled along W. Broad Street in Henrico County lately, you may have noticed that the aging span wire traffic signals are being replaced with new signal heads and poles. The signal upgrades are being constructed by VDOT with funding provided through the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP). HSIP is a Federal-aid program that exists to reduce traffic fatalities and injuries on all public streets and highways. One example of a HSIP funded project that was designed by Timmons Group for VDOT is located at the W. Broad Street and Bethlehem Road intersection in Henrico. The project involved removing the old span wire mounted traffic signals and replacing them with new mast arm mounted LED traffic signals and street name signs with larger text to meet the current Federal standards. The advantages of LED signals include: brighter lights, consuming only 10 percent the electricity used by incandescent bulbs, and they have a long life that can lasts for 7 to 10 years. So how do the advantages of LED signals translate to an increase in safety? 1.) Avoids the Phantom Effect. Incandescent signals have reflectors behind the bulbs and on east-west approaches during morning or evening, all colors appear to be on when the sun light is shining directly on the signal lens. This problem is eliminated when LED signals are installed because reflectors are not used in LED signals. 2.) Contains a battery backup system. When there is a loss of electricity during a storm event, the LED low power requirements allow the signals to continue operating on a battery back-up system for up to 24 hours (depending on the signal configuration) before replacing the batteries. 3.) Less Maintenance. The incandescent light has only one filament that requires immediate replacement when it fails. The LED signal contains several dozen miniature diodes and will continue to function even when some of the diodes stop working. The long life-span of the LED signal means less demand for an agency's maintenance staff to be working in the middle of the intersection to change a light bulb. Other safety improvements for this project included installing new curb-cut ramps, completing sidewalk networks surrounding the intersection, new traffic detection zones, and stop line adjustments to improve the turning path for vehicles making left turns. Signal preemption equipment was also added to allow for emergency vehicles to interrupt the normal signal operation and proceed through the intersection with less delay and under safer conditions. Timmons Group provided VDOT all the engineering services necessary to successfully complete this HSIP project, and many other safety projects, while staying on schedule and within budget. Contact Danny Lamie at email@example.com for more information about the professional services Timmons Group can provide for your next traffic safety improvement project.Timmons Blog|
|Timmons Blog Picture This: Magnolia Green Golf ClubhouseServing as the center piece for Magnolia Green, a top selling resort inspired community, the 13,700-square foot facility is now open. The Clubhouse includes 4,800 square feet of event space, including a wedding ceremony lawn, full service restaurant, and private dining areas, all with viewpoints of the surrounding golf course. The golf course, completed in 2015, has already gained nationwide attention when it was ranked as a Golf's Digest Top 10 Best New Courses when it opened. Timmons Group worked with iStar Financial on the project and provided survey and civil engineering services, which included a practice putting green, stormwater BMP wetlands and waterfall, parking, and a wedding green. The Branch Group served as the general contractor. Timmons Group has been working with Magnolia Green for over 17 years. For more details of this work, visit: http://www.timmons.com/projects/magnolia-green http://www.timmons.com/news/blog/picture-this-an-update-on-magnolia-green http://www.timmons.com/news/blog/congratulations-to-magnolia-green-on-the-opening-of-their-new-aquatic-centeTimmons Blog|
|Timmons Blog A Conversation with David Taylor, Timmons Group's Newest Land PlannerFrom master planning to creative land use problem solving, it's safe to say that Timmons Group's newest member of land planning knows a thing or two about providing his clients value. Timmons Group hired David Taylor in August. Leslee Oliver catches up with him to discover what he's been up to since joining our firm. Q. Tell me about your main responsibilities with Timmons Group. I am part of the private land development team as a land planner. I am usually involved in the first steps of the land development process, often working with developer clients to provide lead design for land use and master planning, which is essentially determining the location of buildings, streets, walks, open space, etc. on a potential site for development. I work with clients and projects that are commercial, residential and mixed-use. Q. Can we see a few examples of your master planning work? Sure. Here is a master development/site plan for the proposed 18,000 seat Virginia Beach Arena. During my time at Clark Nexsen, we evaluated several building locations, allocation of support parking, development of an "event space," and a connecting walkway system. And here is one for Rosemont Road SGA. The study included site analysis, market assessment, traffic analysis, and urban design, with the result being a redevelopment initiative that creates a fine-grained urban fabric between the busy Va. Beach Boulevard corridor and neighboring businesses and residential communities. Key components included the establishment of two main commercial centers, office space, multiple housing products, recreational components, and a centralized light-rail station. Rendering provided by Clark Nexsen Rendering provided by Clark Nexsen I also work with several residential clients. Fernwood Chase in Chesapeake is one I'm working on currently. The master plan includes front and read-loaded townhomes with a targeted amount of neighborhood commercial. There are 239 units on 31.8 acres. It's currently going through rezoning. Check out two additional projects we have featured on our website: The District (Taylor Farm) Tech Center Q. Favorite project so far? Engaging with Chesapeake Economic Development to strategize the redevelopment of an under-performing retail center, and provide additional adjacent opportunities for development while establishing strong connectivity. The initiative included developing several options to de-construct Chesapeake Square Mall into a Town Square/Main Street environment, and provide multiple commercial, office, and residential applications in a sustainable, walkable environment. Retail space grew by approximately 20% and nearly 900 residential units were incorporated in multi-family, attached, and single-family products. Status: Awaiting current owner initiative. Rendering provided by Clark Nexsen Rendering provided by Clark Nexsen Q. You mentioned there is one unique trait about working at Timmons Group. What is that? Well, there are three of us on the landscape architecture team in Hampton Roads and we just so happen to all be named David. Can't say I have ever worked with an entire team with my same name before. Timmons Group also has a large team of 17 land planners, landscape architects, and designers. We currently have 3 licensed land planners, and 8 licensed landscape architects. QUICK FIRE ROUND ABOUT YOU: If you were not a land planner, what would you be? A billionaire When you're not working, what are you doing? Hanging with my kids Favorite sports team? Virginia Tech Hokies Favorite meal? Chinese Food Words you live by? Lead, or get out of the way.Timmons Blog|
|Timmons Blog Brownfields - Alive and Well and Gaining Further MomentumThree members of the Timmons Group - Environmental Risk and Remediation Group recently attended the 2017 National Brownfields Conference in Pittsburgh, PA, to gain further insight on the brownfields process and to see what types of projects environmental and economic development professionals are undertaking across the country and around the world. Timmons Group has experience in Virginia with federal brownfields projects, including Stone Brewing in Richmond and the former DuPont plant in Martinsville, as well as state brownfields projects such as Fulton Gas Works in Richmond and Summit View Industrial Park in Franklin County. Drawing on our resume of experience, and with the broad outlook of brownfields activities, we see a strong potential for continued successes across the state. Likewise, we look forward to applying our current experience and knowledge to pursuing brownfield endeavors in North Carolina and Maryland where we have already posted successes in related environmental markets. Timmons Group has experience in Virginia with federal brownfields projects, including Stone Brewing in Richmond and the former DuPont plant in Martinsville, as well as state brownfields projects such as Fulton Gas Works in Richmond and Summit View Industrial Park in Franklin County. Drawing on our resume of experience, and with the broad outlook of brownfields activities, we see a strong potential for continued successes across the state. Likewise, we look forward to applying our current experience and knowledge to pursuing brownfield endeavors in North Carolina and Maryland where we have already posted successes in related environmental markets. Stone Brewing - Richmond Fulton Gas Works One of our notable takeaways from attending the conference is the vast array of brownfield funding opportunities that stem from outside of the US EPA, including USDA, FHWA, HUD, and U.S. Economic Development Administration. Also, from the sessions we attended, we gained further insight on: • Environmental justice; • Using data analytics in support of redevelopment efforts; • Global approaches to contaminated soil reuse; • Renewables on brownfields; • Evolving approaches to brownfield redevelopment; • Strategies for addressing environmental liability issues, and • Successfully managing large scale/time extensive brownfield projects. Those of us who attended the conference departed with a greater energy from what we have already accomplished and what we look forward to accomplishing in the future. As the country continues to source environmentally compromised/blighted properties to promote economic development and urban renewal, brownfield programs will play an even more critical role for success. For more information, contact John Russell, Chase Farnsworth, and Julia Campus. Timmons Blog|
|Timmons posted a video "2017 Holiday Party Video" on VIMEOCast: Timmons GroupTimmons Vimeo Channel|
|Timmons posted a video "'Tis the Season to Press Play" on VIMEOIf you watch one Holiday video this year, let it be this one.Timmons Group wishes you the very best Holiday Season, and a merry and bright New Year.timmons.comCast: Timmons GroupTags: Business, Holiday, Video, Corporate, Construction, Engineering, Architecture, Celebrate and ChristmasTimmons Vimeo Channel|
|Timmons posted a video "Extended Version :: 'Tis the Season to Press Play" on VIMEOIf you watch one Holiday video this year, let it be this one...and make sure to watch until the end!Timmons Group wishes you the very best Holiday Season, and a merry and bright New Year.timmons.comCast: Timmons GroupTags: Video, Holiday, Business, Engineering, Corporate, Construction, Architecture, Celebrate and ChristmasTimmons Vimeo Channel|
|Timmons Blog Picture This: Timmons Group's Role in the Redevelopment of Hillsborough StreetAs students return to campus at N.C. State University, they'll once again be greeted with changes on Hillsborough Street, which parallels the edge of the university's main campus. Over $350 million worth of investment has been poured into Hillsborough Street over the past decade with millions more planned in the future. Timmons Group is proud to have provided civil engineering, surveying, and landscape architecture services for several of these developments, which primarily include off-campus housing for the Wolfpack students. The projects include over 250,000 square feet of space with close to 225 apartment units spread across eight structures. The projects include the following: 105 Friendly Drive The five-story, 16-unit structure has room for 49 students and approximately 3,800 square feet of retail space. 2811 Hillsborough Street The 30,000 square-foot, four-story features 30 apartment units with 3,000 square-feet of retail space on the first floor. 2604 Hillsborough Street The 18,500 square-foot project features 15 apartment units with a Saxby's Coffee on the first floor. 1301 Hillsborough Street The 32,000 square-foot, four-story building features 38 apartment units over 3,700 square feet of retail space. In addition, Timmons Group has several other buildings are currently under construction or in design. Those include: 2304 Hillsborough Street 109 Park 103 Park 104 AsheTimmons Blog|
|Timmons Blog Recent New Hires Expand Timmons Group's Right of Way and Easement Acquisition ServicesTimmons Group is pleased to announce the expansion of our Right of Way and Easement Acquisition services with the addition of two new experienced employees. Joining us are Joe Sckinto and Joanne Daniel, who will provide these services out of our corporate headquarters in Richmond, VA. Both are well-known names within industry and boast over 40 years of combined experience, including VDOT-funded, locally-administered and design-build projects. Joe is experienced in real property acquisitions involving title research, document preparation, reading and understanding project plans, and providing correct information to property owners. His skills were developed while working with the Hanover County Sheriff's Office and greatly aid in his ability to successfully and effectively deal with landowners. He has successfully completed projects for the County of Chesterfield, City of Hampton, Spotsylvania County, and Hanover County. Joe is a certified Right of Way Agent (RWA) and has personally negotiated 270 parcels with only 4 Certificates of Take. Joanne has over 20 years of experience in real estate including a variety of right of way acquisition services. Her prior experience includes post-closing and document preparations for real estate attorneys, recording documents, and owning her own title search company preparing documents for closing, searching titles, and recording final documents at various Virginia courthouses. She is a Licensed Real Estate Agent and has recent project experience in the County of Chesterfield, City of Fredericksburg, City of Lynchburg, and Hanover County. Timmons Blog|
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Timmons Group is a multi-disciplined engineering and technology firm recognized as Engineering News Record’s Top 500 Design Firms in the country. Timmons was founded in 04/1953. Timmons' headquarters is located in North Chesterfield, Virginia, USA 23225.
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