The team at Hayduk Engineering transformed a once blighted property to a well-designed site that placed two attractive buildings on a beautifully landscaped parcel with ample parking. This development is the site of a former car dealership that had become derelict, with almost no landscaped/natural area. The buildings on site were boarded up and in disrepair. This is the site of both the very first Chick-fil-A on Long Island, and a state of the art Verizon Wireless Corporate Store. We helped our client bring two long term tenants to the community by designing (and securing approvals for) a Class “A” site. The buildings became occupied in 2016 and have been successful establishments since.
Hayduk Engineering was responsible civil and site engineering for the project including; RPZ and water distribution system design, on-site sanitary sewers and septic systems design, site grading and storm drainage, 3d earthwork modeling and cut/fill analysis, parking lot and pavement design, erosion and sediment control design, site lighting design, preparation of a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan, and landscape design. Hayduk Engineering managed design submittals to the Town of Brookhaven, Suffolk County Department of Health Services, Suffolk County Water Authority, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and New York State Department of Transportation.