HJA Design Studio · 50 East Ocean Blvd. Suite 101 · Stuart, FL 34994
Phone: 772-678-7200 · Email: info@hjadstudio.com

Public Sector

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Salerno Creek Retrofit
 Martin County, FL
This award winning project provides important stormwater storage to the Port Salerno area, as well as enhances water quality through the use of nutrient cleansing aquatic plants within the water channel. A system of trails and boardwalks were designed to allow for public use, enjoyment of the facility and educational opportunities.

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Jensen Beach High School
 Jensen Beach, FL
HJA Design Studio was selected to provide master planning, landscape architecture and project management for Martin County's first new high school in 15 years. The scope of the project also included the extension and streetscape design of Goldenrod Road. HJA Design Studio assisted the client in a complete four party agreement designed to meet the development needs of the School Board, Martin County Parks and Recreation, Martin County Utilities and an adjacent commercial and residential developer.

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Ernest Lyons Bridge
 Sewall's Point, FL
HJA Design Studio worked on this $47 million design-build contract to provide landscape architecture design and construction support services. The build out includes a 1.37 mile precast segmental bridge over the Intercoastal Waterway, bridges to two recreational islands and reconstruction of approaches at each end of the main bridge. The west landing creates a gateway to the Town of Sewall's Point. The landscape design utilizes a mix of native and ornamental plants to provide for framing of the bridge. The west landing also includes an access road to a recreational island used for boating, picnicking, and fishing. The east landing has a decidedly more commercial context being the gateway for a hotel and a municipal land use. Live Oaks are planted as the dominant canopy tree and the palette is further enhanced with the more colorful Black Olive, and Cassia trees. Royal, Coconut, and Paurotis palms were installed to provide a tropical flair at this south Florida destination.

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