Anastasia Mosquito Control District​

Jacksonville, Florida

Matthews | DCCM provided conceptual site design and full civil engineering for the new Anastasia Mosquito Control District (AMCD) base station. Phase 1 included an office, classroom, building maintenance and chemical storage facilities, and fueling site. Phase 2 included a student housing facility, multiple laboratory facilities, two greenhouses, environmentally controlled poultry facility for rearing disease sentinels, a heliport with associated hangar and fueling facility.

After the completion of both phases, Matthews | DCCM was contracted
to prepare a concept plan for a new Education Center and Museum, which incorporates the proposed building and amenities into the existing site improvements. Designs were provided for parking, sidewalks and required access to the facility, student housing facility, multiple laboratory facilities, two greenhouses, a heliport, and hangar.

Code minimum landscape and irrigation plans ensured easy maintenance. Seating areas and additional enhancements, such as educational plantings, were included to compliment the center’s purpose. Construction administration and permitting services were provided for all phases. Permits were obtained with St. Johns County, SJRWMD, and FDEP.

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