2nd District Court of Appeals

GFY was contracted by Osborn Engineering to provide subsurface utility engineering and land survey services to horizontally designate and survey all underground utilities entering the property in advance of building demolition and future re-build of the Second District Court of Appeals complex in downtown St. Petersburg.

Gum Slough

The project required the GFY team to collect bathymetric data using Real Time Kinematic Global Positioning System (RTK GPS) methods along approximately 6000 linear feet of Gum Slough.

St. Petersburg Police Headquarters

GFY provided civil engineering, surveying, and subsurface utility engineering services for the site assessment, space needs, and alternative development for the 6.36-acre downtown police headquarters.

The James Museum

GFY provided civil engineering, surveying, subsurface utility engineering, and maintenance of traffic services for the new museum during its transformation.

Largo High School

GFY was responsible for the reconstruction of the site infrastructure of the entire 39.8-acre, 1,902-student Largo High School Campus as a part of the Harvard Jolly Architecture design team.

USF College of Business

GFY provided engineering services for the Kate Tiedemann College of Business which is located on 2.10 Acres of the University of South Florida St. Petersburg campus.

The One

The project included evaluation, feasibility study, and coordination with the City of St. Petersburg to determine the appropriate route for the 12” sanitary sewer relocation.