Florida Department of Environmental Protection - Continuing Contract for Architectural-Engineering Services

  • Tyler Strickland

    Tyler Strickland P.E., J.D.

    State Transportation Leader - Florida Contact
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
To protect, conserve and manage Florida’s natural resources is the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s (FDEP) core mission. To support this goal, GS&P was selected by the department to provide design and research toward the conservation of the state’s award-winning parks and trail systems under a five-year continuing contract for architectural-engineering services.

With more than 110 architects and engineers located in Tallahassee, Chipley, Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, GS&P is perfectly positioned to advise FDEP on this important statewide contract. Our full-service team includes civil engineers specializing in trail and park design, campgrounds, access roads, parking lots, remote utility design and recreational facilities; architects and electrical, mechanical, plumbing and structural engineers with expertise in context-sensitive roadway and pedestrian bridges, wildlife viewing structures, restrooms, ranger stations, nature centers, boardwalks and blinds; and landscape architects who specialize in low-maintenance and native-landscaping designs. Familiar with the unique requirements of this type of contract, the GS&P team will utilize past experience while working closely with the department.

Tasked with providing professional services to any of Florida’s 161 state parks—along with its 10 state trail systems—GS&P will strive to incorporate FDEP’s mission, and adhere to Florida State Park system’s goal and vision of creating a sense of place where the best of Florida’s diverse natural and cultural heritage can be enjoyed by future generations.
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