Market Basket. – Sunrise Shopping Center Redevelopment – Lowell, MA
Professional Services Provided: Site Due Diligence, Conceptual Site Plan, Permitting Strategy, Site Layout, Site Grading, Utility Design, Structural Design, Construction Details, Stormwater Management, Cost Estimating, Local Permitting, Construction Phase Services.
TEC provided permitting and civil/site design services for the proposed Sunrise Shopping Center Redevelopment on Bridge Street in Lowell. The project included phased demolition and reconstruction of a 108,000 SF shopping center. The redevelopment included reconfiguring parking areas, driveways, drainage system, and utilities onsite. The project also included a Stormwater Management Plan complete with calculations to determine peak runoff rates to existing municipal discharge points, proposed subcatchment runoff rates, and pipe sizing calculations for the proposed closed drainage system. The projects phasing plan was critically important to minimize disturbance for patrons and tenants of the plaza that remained open during construction. The project also provided low-impact development technologies including an underground irrigation well was designed to capture and re-use rooftop runoff.
Market Basket – Wilmington Plaza Redevelopment – Wilmington, MA
Professional Services Provided: Site Due Diligence, Conceptual Site Plan, Permitting Strategy,Site Layout, Site Grading, Utility Design, Construction Details, Stormwater Management,Low Impact Design BMPs, Cost Estimating, Local Permitting, State Permitting, Construction Phase Services.
TEC provided civil engineering services to permit the demolition and reconstruction of the 150,000 SF Wilmington Plaza Shopping Center on Route 38 in Wilmington, MA. TEC’s services included the re-configuration of access with a signalized driveway, coordination with other MassDOT permittees, and traffic signal design review. The 23 acre site contained an intermittent stream and additional wetland resource areas which triggered extensive review by the Conservation Commission and required filing of a Notice of Intent (NOI). The proposed stormwater management was designed to incorporate Low Impact Design (LID) Best Management Practices (BMPs) to treat, detain, and infiltration stormwater. The proposed BMPs utilized on this project included vegetated swales, bioretention areas, subsurface infiltration basins, a constructed stormwater wetland, pea gravel curtain, sediment forebay, stormwater basins, and water quality units. TEC also provided construction phase services to ensure the functionality of the erosion control measures and compliance with the Order of Conditions issued by the Conservation Commission.
Market Basket – Westgate Marketplace Redevelopment – Haverhill, MA
Professional Services Provided: Site Due Diligence, Conceptual Site Plan, Permitting Strategy, Transportation Planning, Site Layout, Site Grading, Utility Design, Structural Design, Construction Details, Stormwater Management, Cost Estimating, Local Permitting, Construction Phase Services.
TEC provided planning, permitting, site, and structural design services for the proposed Westgate Market Place Redevelopment on Lowell Street in Haverhill, MA. The project includes demolishing a vacant retail structure, re-constructing a new supermarket and renovating the parking areas, driveways, drainage system, and utilities onsite. To mitigate the additional impervious area, the project proposes a subsurface infiltration basin. The project renovated an underutilized and partially vacant retail center into a revitalized shopping center with updated modern utilities, site features, and architecture. The project required permitting from the Zoning Board of Appeals, City Staff, and coordination with the local neighborhood group.
Market Basket – Cape Cod Factory Outlet Mall – Bourne, MA
Professional Services Provided: Site Due Diligence, Conceptual Site Plan, Masterplan, Permitting Strategy, Transportation Planning, Site Layout, Site Grading, Utility Design, Construction Details, Stormwater Management, Cost Estimating, Local Permitting, State Permitting, MEPA Permitting, Highway Access Permitting, Construction Phase Services.
TEC provided civil engineering services for the conceptual site layout, site design, and off-site roadway improvements for the redevelopment of the Cape Cod Factory Outlet Mall and Mid-Cape Connector Improvements in Bourne, MA. Permitting the site required approvals from the Zoning Board, Board of Health, Planning Board, and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation. Mid-Cape Connector Improvements included the relocation of access on State Highway to improve safety and access for the site via a new signalized driveway on the Mid-Cape Connector. The improvements also included widening along the 3,000′ long Mid-Cape Connector between Sandwich Road and Factory Outlet Road and a new signalized access road for the former Cape Cod Factory Outlet Mall property. This project required extensive slope and drainage work, storm-water mitigation, traffic signal design, wall design, site design, and construction oversight. Once constructed, the project included permitting for a roadside safety enhancement and vegetation management plan along Route 6.
TEC, Inc.provided professional engineering services for the final design of the Broadway Street Bridge Replacement Project in the City of Lowell.
TEC, Inc. provided professional transportation engineering services for the final design of Phase 1 of the off-site improvements to accommodate a 280,000 sf mixed-use site redevelopment project on the former 120-acre Polaroid Site at 1265 Main Street in Waltham, MA.
TEC, Inc. assists the City of Methuen by providing civil engineering peer review and construction inspection services on behalf of the Community Development Department and the Office of Conservation.
TEC, Inc. was the structural engineer of record for five multi-modal canal crossings in Lowell as part of the Hamilton Canal District redevelopment. The bridges serve as vital access points to this land locked, re-invented mixed-use neighborhood.
TEC, Inc. provided planning, permitting, and design services for the 15 acre redevelopment project located on Madison Street in Plainville, MA. The site is located adjacent to I-495 and Route 1 and has previously functioned as an asphalt plant and other industrial uses.
TEC, Inc. provided civil, site, traffic, and structural engineering services for the proposed 30,000 SF Medical Office Building at 321-325 Lowell Street in Andover, MA on a 1.2 acre parcel.
Since 2008, TEC, Inc. has been contracted by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) to successfully manage and deliver the Statewide Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Infrastructure Program under a grant from the Federal Highway Administration.
As part of the Phase 1 and Phase 2 responses to the City’s Request for Proposals process for the interested casino operators, TEC, Inc. prepared a detailed traffic and parking study and conceptual improvements plan that substantiate the ability of the local and regional roadway network to accommodate the traffic associated with the development.
TEC, Inc. provided civil/site, traffic, transportation, and structural design services for the redevelopment of the degraded, 11.8 acre historic mill site in Lawrence, MA on behalf of the Lupoli Companies. The Riverwalk Redevelopment project consisted of the demolition, renovation, and construction of new structures to create approximately 500,000 SF of new or renovated mixed-use space onsite.
TEC, Inc.is currently assisting the University of Massachusetts at Lowell (UMass Lowell) with several infrastructure projects as the University aggressively and proactively expands its program, services, and facilities. Our team has been actively involved in executing key elements of their campus master plan including new roadway and driveway connections, utility connections, intersection safety improvements, and improved bus stop access.
TEC, Inc. provided professional engineering services for the redevelopment of a 240,000 sf large scale, mixed-use, historic mill building located in Lawrence. The project created a “new neighborhood” on a previously underutilized site.