Easton Club Mixed Use Multi-unit Residential Golf Course Community

Project Scope:  Mixed-use, Multi-unit residential golf course community

Location:  Easton, MD

RAUCH inc. provided design engineering and project management services including site development and construction management of the project including the development of the clubhouse, restaurant and 18-hole golf course as well as single-family homes and townhomes. Specific responsibilities of this role included the land planning for a comprehensive master plan of 342 mixed residential homes, championship golf course and recreational amenities, transportation network, civil/site design engineering for entire development infrastructure, grading, stormwater management and environmental protection, civil engineering for golf course design including grading, drainage and earthwork management for golf course, parking lot, pavilion and maintenance facilities. RAUCH inc. was also responsible for obtaining all permitting for all aspects of plan approval and development, phase construction management and coordination.

Road Milling Project: 2008 RAUCH inc. oversaw a three-phase road milling and repaving project for the 342 lot and Homeowner’s Association managed residential community of Easton Club. A total of 18,350 linear feet of roadway was milled and repaved. This project was a capital maintenance repair project, extended  to  a three-phased  capital repair  and replacement  project, which involved milling and overlay base and subgrade repairs, curb and gutter repairs and replacement, sidewalk repairs and replacement, establishing a suitable sub-base for new curbs and gutters, and drainage swale reconstruction to include the re-grading and re-sodding of drainage swales. In carrying out this project, RAUCH inc. provided complete project management services including performing analysis of existing conditions, preparing a phased master plan and bid documents, preparing design drawings and cost estimates, providing recommendations for award, curb and gutter modifications, and providing for the reestablishment of infrastructure. Additionally, RAUCH inc. coordinated and provided traffic and pedestrian control, sediment erosion control, control of grades for positive drainage, construction layout and stakeout, test pitting to locate existing utilities, as built surveys, and testing of finished materials and work.

 

Discipline:  Comprehensive Community Development