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AEI has begun work on The Cove, the Canaveral Port Authority's latest endeavor. The Cove will be a commercial development in the heart of Port Canaveral and will include a Welcome Center, retail shopping, restaurants, office space, and an amphitheatre. The $20 million Phase One of this project is expected to be completed by September 2013.
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Allen Engineering is involved with the design criteria package / civil design for the new fire station that is to be constructed for the City of Cocoa Beach. This new state of the art facility will break ground in 2014 and we are extremely proud to be involved in this project with the City where we have been established for 50 years.
Allen Engineering is beginning its 13th year associated with the Space Coast Post of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME). During our 13 years, we have helped raise close to $250,000 in scholarships and endowments. We are extremely proud to be associated with SAME and its continued commitment to offer opportunities for students pursuing careers in the engineering field.
Home to the 45th Space Wing of the United States Air Force, Allen Engineering started providing services at Patrick Air Force Base as part of an 8a Contract in 2004. This included a perimeter survey of the entire base containing approximately 2,000 acres. Nearly 15 miles of state road right-of-way, improvements, and upland boundary lines were located, monumented, and mapped.
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Allen Engineering started providing services at KSC for one of the early space contractors in 1965 - laying out roads, launch tower sites, and the heavy dirt roadways to the launch pads. Since then, we have completed over 265 projects at KSC and CCAFS for a multitude of construction and engineering firms. A list of projects is available to potential clients upon request.
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The newest addition to Port Canaveral, Florida, this 31.6-acre project, completed in April 2010, provides 24 new fuel storage tanks with the larger tanks having a capacity of 6.3 million gallons of fuel per tank. The project required the installation of over 6,000 piles to support tanks, pipelines, and other miscellaneous structures.
This 750 acre facility in Palm Bay, Florida is the testing facility for BRP US, Inc. jet boats and Sea Doo's water crafts (PWC). It is their only R&D plant in North America. The project included upland development of the R&D plant, boat ramps, floating docks, and dredge/fill permitting for waterway cuts through jurisdictional wetlands. The company had mostly French speaking employees. Allen Engineering met the challenge with a bi-lingual PM.More Details / Photos