WHAT WE DELIVER

CIVIL SITE / TRANSPORTATION DESIGN

METROCORP provides a wide range of civil engineering services to support land development projects. For each project, Metrocorp's civil engineering professionals evaluate the existing and proposed conditions, determine the feasible design options, and work closely with the client to develop the most effective solution.

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PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

No two projects are the same. Our program management teams develop customized and comprehensive programs to successfully manage individual projects, improve overall performance and meet your organization's goals. We start by helping you determine the best group of projects and establish clear and achievable objectives. We then confirm that all planning, design and construction activities are thoroughly managed. Throughout the life of a program, we emphasize the importance of managing costs and associated risks, and creating a results-oriented environment.

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DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION

METROCOP provides highly skilled and experienced construction administration and inspection staff to ensure that engineering designs are accurately constructed to achieve the design life anticipated. We represent our clients’ best interests with our strong knowledge of engineering standards, construction procedures and contract requirements, and are sensitive to schedule demands. METROCORP is dedicated to providing accurate and precise project documentation that can withstand internal and external audits

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CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

Our construction management teams have numerous resources and tools available to manage your project effectively. Critical path method (CPM) scheduling experts, current cost-estimating data, and web-based document control systems are employed to monitor the timely delivery of a quality project while minimizing risk. We understand the operational needs to deliver your finished project.

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PLANNING AND ZONING ADMINISTRATION

METROCORP'S civil engineering professionals have the diverse capabilities and in-depth knowledge to guide a project from site selection, through design, permitting, regulatory approvals, construction, and final completion.

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MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS AND FACILITY MANAGEMENT

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DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION

College Park Police South Precinct Godby Road College Park, Georgia

SCOPE OF WORK: 

The A/E services for a proposed Metal Building (3056 sq. ft.) Police Precinct Annex and associated 76 parking space facility, mobile carwash and sewer, water and storm water utility infrastructure to be located on the property.  The site is on a 3.49-acre tract of land in Land lot 69, District 13, The site is located at 2300 Godby Road in the City of College Park, Ga. adjacent to the existing Tracey Wyatt Recreation Complex.


METROCORP TEAM Members Involved in the Project: 

Hebert Humphrey, P.E. Project Manager

Norman Robinson, AIA, Project Architect

Kevin Champion P.E., Project Engineer MEP & Fire Safety


Services Provided:

o Design and preparation of schematic, preliminary, design development, contract documents and specifications. 

o Design/evaluation of site drainage and storm water management. 

o Design and evaluation of traffic control and/or circulation. 

o Site Feasibility and Impact studies. 

o Asphalt Pavement Design – Roadways and Parking Facilities

o Site water and sewer design

o Services for new construction or modifications to existing sites to include planning and project evaluation. 

o Tree Protection 

o Studies and audits for compliance with federal, state and local regulations. 

o Obtain land disturbance permits, 

o Prepare plans required for conformance with NPDES General Permit provisions

o Project Administration:

o Assisted client, in determination of construction contracting and selection method;

o Assisted client, in identifying alternatives, separate and unit prices, etc. bid packages(s);

o Assisted client, in process to obtain executed contractor contracts on behalf of client and assist client in review of warranty, bonding, insurance and similar contract provisions.

o Assisted client, in coordination of bid packages; and

o  Project Management and Construction Management 


CONTACT:  

Name:  Lt. James McGee, Project Officer

Email: jmcgee@collegeparkga.com




CIVIL SITE / TRANSPORTATION DESIGN

MARTA Bus Shelters – Citywide

SCOPE OF WORK:


Metrocorp Development Enterprises, Inc. (METROCORP) assisted the City of College Park with the construction of MARTA bus shelters on Roosevelt Highway 29 Northside at Green Spring Apartments.


Metrocorp services included the site design for Marta Bus shelters which included the survey, layout and design of bus shelter position, off-street walkway and ADA ramps access within site boundary limits and grading required to tie into existing topography according to GDOT specifications and standard details. Also, Metrocorp provided project administration that included the preparations submittal and coordination GDOT Encroachment Permit.


METROCORP TEAM MEMBERS INVOLVED IN THIS PROJECT:


Hebert Humphrey, P.E., Project Manager


SERVICES PROVIDED:

o Site layout and design according to GDOT specifications and standard details.

o GDOT ROW Encroachment Permit preparation. coordination and execution.

o Utility Relocation Coordination



CONTACT: Name:  Jackson Myers, 

Email: jmeyers@collegeparkga.com

Phone: 678-794-4834






CIVIL SITE / TRANSPORTATION DESIGN

Sneed Estates Subdivision

  

SCOPE OF WORK:

Metrocorp was contracted to design infill development for Estate Lots zoned as a Planned Development- Housing.

Our services included Rezoning, Public Outreach, Engineering Design and Construction Bidding Administration for residential development of Sneed Estates Subdivision. The project involved new construction of a 0.25 mile two –lane roadway with curb and gutter and sidewalk. The design included horizontal and vertical alignment, storm drainage, water distribution, sewer collection and on-site storm water detention facility according to City of Atlanta, NPDES MS4 and design policy guidelines and standards published and referenced in the GDOT Design Policy Manual.

PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

Communuty Development Support Services

Community Development and Engineering


SCOPE OF WORK:

Metrocorp was contracted by the City of Fairburn to provide engineering services to the Community. Development Department by reviewing submittals to determine whether they are in accordance and compliance with City Ordinances typical submittals are specifications, concept plats, preliminary plats, final plats, and construction record drawings prepared by private developers.


METROCORP TEAM MEMBERS INVOLVED IN THIS PROJECT:

Hebert Humphrey, P.E., Project Manager

Anthony Brown, P.E., Project Engineer



SERVICES PROVIDED:

  • Review for compliance of specifications, plats, and drawings, with City Zoning Ordinances
  • Review for compliance with City Comprehensive Plan on an as needed basis 
  • Advise Community Development Director and City Planner when requested
  • Review Site Plans for new development
  • Review Site Plans for redevelopment 
  • Review for compliance with City Zoning and Land Use Ordinance
  • Review for compliance with City Development Regulations
  • Review for compliance with City Subdivision Regulations
  • Review Stormwater Management Plans for developments under 1.1 acres in size
  • Review Floodplain plans in accordance with Article V Floodplain Management and Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance
  • Meet with permit petitioners to review project comments
  • Evaluate variance applications when requested
  • Review Final Plats for new subdivisions
  • Review Quality Control testing results for new subdivisions
  • Prepare letters of water and sewer service availability
  • Evaluate or propose changes to City Code sections (Zoning Ordinance, Development
  • Regulations, Subdivision Regulations, Stormwater Regulations, Sewer Use Ordinance, etc.)
  • Assist with development and management of City Maps and data bases (Street, Zoning, Land Use, etc.)
  • Perform or assist with GIS analyses when requested.
  • Conduct Land Surveys when requested.
  • Assist with archiving or projects when requested
  • Review for proper storm drainage provisions
  • Review for location of utility lines
  • Review for proper sizing of utility lines
  • Review for proper quality and location of sewer lift stations, if required.


CONTACT:     Name: Lester Thompson, Civil Engineer III

           Email: lthompson@fairburn.com

Phone: 770-964-2244






PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

Commercial Pretreatment Program City of Americus, Georgia


SCOPE OF WORK: 


METROCORP was awarded the contract to provide consulting services to implement a Commercial Pretreatment Program to regulate, inspect, permit and enforce handling of fats, oils and grease (FOG) wastes of commercial origin. The regulatory mandate that required the City of Americus to develop this program are set forth in applicable State and Federal laws which requires a municipally owned and operated sewer collection system to prevent the introduction of certain pollutants into the sanitary sewer system that will interfere with its operation.

 

SALIENT ISSUES: 


1. The City of Americus owns, operates and maintains sanitary sewer collection system that encounters sewer overflows and stoppages due to fats, oils and grease from its users. In some cases, these events resulted in potential regulatory and civil liability due to the adverse impact on state waters and damage to private property.


2. The City does not have a program to regulate handling of wastes of commercial origin, those generated by certain users- restaurants, institution kitchens, and other food service establishments, as well as car maintenance, automobile dealerships and car/truck wash facilities. These users are considered city generators.

 

 Services Provided:

 

o City of Americus, Georgia Commercial Pretreatment Ordinance; 

o City of Americus, Georgia Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) Control Program Plan and Final Report;

o Created a team consisting of critical stakeholders who will include Public Works Operations & Maintenance Staff and Health Department;

o Trained City staff to review FOG plans and size structures;

o Provided On-the-job training field inspection and enforcement;

o Developed FOG Program to comply with regulatory compliance;

o Provided Classification and inspection of 1200 City business establishments

o Established City Development criteria and standards;

o Evaluate FOG permit and inspection fees 

for cost recovery;

o Developed collection and disposal options for commercial users who are logistically located in the same area;

o Recommended residential users program which shall consider the following initiatives:

o Educational program to inform residents regarding proper disposal and recycling,

o Residential recycling incentive program;


METROCORP TEAM Members Involved in the Project:

Hebert Humphrey, P.E., Project Manager 

Leola Scott, Training Administrator



Contact: 

Vernon B. Kendrick, Former Public Works Director

Phone: 478.973.0934






PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

FEMA NEPA and Environmental Historical Preservation, QA/QC

  

SCOPE OF WORK: 

MDE was awarded the contract to provide consulting services to Region IV Grants Management Division concerning the EHP screening, scoping, and reviews of grant programs/applications. MDE was responsible for coordinating and completing Environmental Historic Preservation Section 106 review responsibilities under the National Historic Preservation Act in support of FEMA’s Grant program. MDE assisted the project grant applicants with project, environmental, historic, archeological, reviews, interagency regulatory consultations, compliance, public outreach, and technical assistance for FEMA’s Grant Programs for Region IV states. MDE assisted in the implementing compliance with applicable federal environmental laws, including the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the Endangered Species Act (ESA), National Historic Preservation Act, and Executive Orders 11988, 11990 and 12898; and other laws regulations, and executive orders as they pertain to FEMA’s Grant Program.


Project Highlights:

Metrocorp staff embraced the work culture and offered effective administrative and management solutions resulting in the following results: 

1) Reduction of multi-year backlog of Grant Application Environmental reviews;

2) Recommended and implemented streamline processes


METROCORP TEAM Members Involved in the Project: 

Hebert Humphrey, P.E. Project Manager

Diane Allen, Training Administrator


SERVICES PROVIDED: 

o Environmental Compliance -Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESA), NEPA Review

o Studies and audits for compliance with federal, state and local regulations. 


CONTACT: Name: Steven A. Denham, Deputy Division Director Grants Management Division

Email: steve.denham@dhs.gov

(O) 770-220-5460 

Address: 

U.S. Department of Homeland Security Federal Emergency Management Agency - Region IV

3003 Chamblee Tucker Rd - Hollins Bldg. Atlanta, GA 30341-4112

PLANNING/ZONING/CIVIL SITE

Golden Memorial UMC Church Activity Center City of Douglassville, Georgia

  

SCOPE OF WORK: 

Metrocorp is under contract to provide zoning consultation and civil site engineering and project coordination with the Architect and MEP engineers for the construction of 22,428 square feet building consisting of classrooms, multiple Purpose Center and Gymnasium with vehicle parking and circulation to accommodate passenger vehicles on 8 acres.


METROCORP TEAM Members Involved in the Project: 

Hebert Humphrey, P.E. Project Manager

Teresa Eldredge, RLA, Project Landscape Architect


Services Provided:

o Special Use permit and Zoning Application;

o Design and preparation of schematic, preliminary, design development, contract documents and specifications. 

o Design/evaluation of site drainage and storm water management. 

o Design and evaluation of traffic control and/or circulation. 

o Site Feasibility and Impact studies. 

o Asphalt Pavement Design – Roadways and Parking Facilities

o Site water and sewer design

o Services for new construction or modifications to existing sites to include planning and project evaluation. 

o Tree Protection / Restoration / Certified Arborist

o Studies and audits for compliance with federal, state and local regulations. 

o Obtain land disturbance permits, 

o Prepare plans required for conformance with NPDES General Permit provisions

o   Project Management and Construction Management


CONTACT:  Name:  James Coleman, Owner Representative 

Email: coleman9895@att.net

678-641-8360

Address: Golden Memorial UMC

6903 W. Forrest Avenue

Douglasville, Ga. 30134  


PLANNING

Williams County, ND Recreational Vehicle Park Williams County, North Dakota

  

The site is a 50-acre tract of land in Williams, County, North Dakota. The site is currently undeveloped wooded property.


SCOPE OF WORK:

The project scope involved A/E services to master plan and design the recreational vehicle sites (camper spaces) and amenities, access roadway and circulation and electric, water distribution and septic system services to each camper space to be constructed in phases as shown on the conceptual layout.


Services Provided:

o Design and preparation of schematic, preliminary, design development, and specifications. 

o Architectural Design Pavilion

o Design/evaluation of site drainage and storm water management. 

o Design and evaluation of roadway and circulation. 

o Roadways and Parking Facilities design

o Site electric, water and sewer design

o Services for new construction or modifications to existing sites to include planning and project evaluation. 

o Design documents for compliance with Corp of Engineers, state and local regulations. 


METROCORP TEAM Members Involved in the Project: 

Norman Robinson, AIA, Project Manager

Hebert Humphrey, P.E., Project Senior Engineer


CONTACT:  Name:  Jerry Summerville, Williams County WC Director

Email: jerrys@co.williams.nd.us

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

OAKLEY INDUSTRIAL BOULEVARD WIDENING PROJECT, GDOT Local Project Administration Support Services

This project is in three jurisdictions: Fulton County, Union City and Fairburn. The city of Fairburn is the project Sponsor and has the agreement with GDOT. The project contract amount is 4.1 million and the funding sources (percentage) consist of GDOT (80%), South Fulton CID (11%), and City of Atlanta Department Watershed (9%). Metrocorp provides construction management, coordination, and reporting for change order approvals and fund reimbursement from each funding source. In addition, the projects are retaining the existing pavement and roadway alignment and proposes widening on both sides which results in numerous challenges resulting from utility conflicts, relocation's and existing site conditions. Metrocorp has staff certified by the Georgia Department Transportation in Plan Development Process (PDP), Local Project Administration (LAP), Title VI and Right-of-Way.


SCOPE OF WORK: 

Metrocorp was contracted by the City of Fairburn to manage Oakley Industrial Boulevard Roadway Improvement. This road project was awarded to Baldwin paving and involves widening the existing lanes to allow safe truck and passenger vehicle use and will add left turn lanes along its length from Stalwart Drive near the new Fayetteville Road Bridge to Highway 138 in Union City. 


METROCORP TEAM MEMBERS INVOLVED IN THIS PROJECT: 

Hebert Humphrey, P.E., Project Manager

Anthony Brown, P.E., Project Engineer

Robert Linsey, Project Engineer/Inspector

Anthony Belcher, P.E., Project Engineer


SERVICES PROVIDED:  

o Program development and management scheduling, budgeting; 

o Contract management and administration; cost control/management 

o Technical review and quality assurance; regulatory agency negotiation and coordination;

o  Project tracking and reporting, strategic planning and public relations. 

o Inspection 


CONTACT:   

Name: Lester Thompson, Civil Engineer III

 Email: lthompson@fairburn.com

Phone: 770.964.2244


CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

ORCHARD & STRICKLAND STREETSCAPE / RESURFACING IMPROVEMENTS

SCOPE OF WORK:


Metrocorp was contracted by City of Fairburn to provide professional services that included preparation of bid documents and construction management necessary to construct a quarter mile of streetscape improvements that consisted of 300 feet new sidewalks and crosswalks ADA improvements and repair of 1100 linear feet of sidewalk repair. The project was funded with Community Development Block Grant (CDBG-Fulton County) and Local Maintenance Improvement Grant (LMIG-GDOT).


METROCORP TEAM MEMBERS INVOLVED IN THIS PROJECT:


Hebert Humphrey, P.E., Project Manager

Anthony Brown, P.E., Project Engineer

Robert Linsey, Project Engineer/Inspector

Anthony Belcher, P.E., Project Engineer/Inspector

Dereck Lindsay, Project Inspector


SERVICES PROVIDED:

o Program development and management scheduling, budgeting; 

o Coordination with funding Agencies

o Contract management and administration; cost control/management 

o Technical review and quality assurance; regulatory agency negotiation and coordination;

o Project tracking and reporting, strategic planning and public relations. 

o Inspection 



CONTACT:   

Name: Lester Thompson, Civil Engineer III

 Email: lthompson@fairburn.com

Phone: 770.964.2244


CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

2015 LMIG Resurfacing Program

SCOPE OF WORK:

Metrocorp was contracted by the City of Fairburn to implement its 2015 LMIG Resurfacing Program PM/CM Services on various roads in the City of Fairburn.


METROCORP TEAM MEMBERS INVOLVED IN THIS PROJECT:


Hebert Humphrey, P.E., Project Manager

Dereck Lindsay, Inspector

Anthony Belcher, P.E., Project Engineer/Inspector



SERVICES PROVIDED:

Construction and Project Management services which include:

o Meet with Owner and Contactor for weekly biweekly progress meetings and develop meeting minutes as required for project documentation. 

o Coordinate all design intent issues with Design firm regarding Contract Drawings and Specifications. 

o Conduct weekly reviews of construction activity for compliance with specifications, quality, and current schedule and generate a written report for all site visits. 

o Maintain a photo log for construction activities observed during on-site visits. 

o Develop weekly project progress reports for submission to the City Engineer. 

o Develop monthly project reports for City Council. 

o Develop and maintain a submittal log and function as the clearinghouse for all submittals, distributing to the appropriate review professional. 

o Develop a project RFI log and function as the clearinghouse for same. 

o Review and approve all pay applications, coordinating with owner for all change order requests. 

o Provide value engineering analysis on an as-needed basis for project components related to cost and time savings. 

o Assist design team with development of the punch list. 

o Provide verifications of milestone, documentation for substantial completion and completion of the project. 

o Assist the design team with the generation of record drawings and documentation on the project. 



CONTACT:   

Name: Lester Thompson, Civil Engineer III

 Email: lthompson@fairburn.com

Phone: 770.964.2244


MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS AND FACILITY MANAGEMENT

Adult Daycare and Assisted Living Campus Facilities College Park, Georgia

  

SCOPE OF WORK: Metrocorp was contracted by Fellowship Senior Services, Inc. as a development consultant. METROCORP provided master planning, rezoning, public outreach, and engineering design services to provide utility improvements.


METROCORP TEAM Members Involved in the Project: 

Hebert Humphrey, P.E. (Engineer Administrator, Project Engineer / Construction Manager


SALIENT ISSUES: The owner leased an existing building to be converted into a Senior Adult Daycare facility. The Fire Marshall required the facility to meet NFPA-13R requirements. An evaluation of the intended use revealed that the intended use revealed that the existing water service was not sufficient to meet the domestic and  fire protection needs of the operation. 


PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS: Metrocorp designed the extension of the existing water main and fire line with a fire line meter, backflow preventer and fire department connection. The project approved and permitted by the City Douglasville Fire Marshal and Douglasville Douglas County Water and Sewer Authority

                    

SERVICES PROVIDED: 

o Studies, reports, and calculations required to determine adequacy of existing systems or those required for permit review such as drainage, fire protection, or sewer. 

o Water supply connections to off-site main extensions. 

o Road and pavement improvements. 

o As-built Drawings 

o Obtain land disturbance permits, 


CONTACT:  Name: Dominique Naar, Owner

Email: dnaar@fellowshipadh.com Phone: 404-766-6498 

Address: 4520 Janice Drive 

College Park, Georgia 30337

MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS AND FACILITY MANAGEMENT

Villa Rica Public Library Drainage Improvement

  

SCOPE OF WORK:

The project scope involved re-design and construction management services for the City of Villa Rica Library to address site flooding and final landscape installation within the established $100,000.00 operating budget utilizing City maintenance forces


METROCORP TEAM Members Involved in the Project: 

Hebert Humphrey, P.E. Project Manager

Teresa Eldredge, RLA, Project Landscape Architect and Arborist


Services Provided:

o Re-design/evaluation of site drainage and storm water management. 

o Services for new construction or modifications to existing sites to include planning and project evaluation. 

o Tree Protection / Restoration / Certified Arborist

o Project Administration:

o Assisted client, in determination of construction contracting and selection method;

o Assisted client, in identifying alternatives, separate and unit prices, etc. bid packages(s);

o Assisted client, in coordination of bid packages; and


CONTACT:  

Name:  Vicki D. Coleman, AICP, Director

Email: vcoleman@villarica.org

Address:  City of Villa Rica Gold Dust Park

 646 Industrial Blvd

 Villa Rica, GA 30180

MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS AND FACILITY MANAGEMENT

Herschel Road Drainage Improvements

SCOPE OF WORK:


Metrocorp Development Enterprises, Inc. (METROCORP) assisted the City of College Park with the drainage improvements on Herschel Road.


Metrocorp services included the hydrological and hydraulic design of the stormwater management system and erosion and sediment control plans. We provided a detailed Stormwater Management Report pursuant to Georgia Stormwater Water Manual and City of College Park requirements. 


METROCORP TEAM MEMBERS INVOLVED IN THIS PROJECT:


Hebert Humphrey, P.E., Project Manager


SERVICES PROVIDED:

o Existing Storm System Data Review and Evaluation

o Hydrologic/Hydraulic Analysis for Roadway Improvements

o Engineering Design and Plan Development 


CLIENT/OWNER:  City of College Park

CONTACT: Name:  Michael Mason, Public Works Director

Email: mmason@collegeparkga.com

Phone: 404-886-3226