Apex Engineering Incorporated (Apex) is currently working on the topographic survey, site design, layout study, traffic impact study, stormwater management and other related design tasks for Wilmington University's new North Campus on U.S. 202 and Beaver Valley Road in Brandywine Hundred. The project includes three classroom buildings on the 41 acre undeveloped property. The project will keep with the natural beauty of the surroundings while allowing for sustainable expansion for the growing university.
Apex has worked with the University in the past. Our team prepared site design plans for the expansion of the institution’s administration/classroom facility at the New Castle location. Apex’s team preformed a topographic survey of the parcels of land that comprised the new building, parking lot and stormwater management basin. Our team was able to work quickly with minimal disturbance to the University’s daily activities. The project also included the preparation and submission of a record minor land development plan, landscape plan, lines and grades plan, erosion and sediment control plan and the as-built survey and plan of the final building footprint. The Wilmington University project required the campus to remain open during the building process. Apex understands the need to work seamlessly with the design team and school in order to achieve the best final project that fits the client’s vision while allowing “business as usual” to continue.