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The Homestead Field Station Building Replacements Project is a design-build project that consists of the replacement of the existing office, administrative, and maintenance buildings at the southern Miami-Dade County South Florida Water Management District field station. The existing facilities were built before modern hurricane standards and had reached the end of their service life. 


The first phase of the project included 8,000 SF of office to house 26 personnel and features a conference room, break room, locker rooms, showers and work room.  The 13,000 SF maintenance building has six maintenance bays with equipment for the repair and maintenance of the district’s largest vehicles.  A new fueling station and generator were included in the first phase as well.


In the upcoming Phase 2, the existing administration building will be replaced with a new 9,500 SF building. Two additional maintenance buildings, a new truck wash, and a heliport will be constructed onsite as well.


SCEC worked with our partner Carty Architecture to complete the design of the new modern facility.


SCEC mobilized onsite in March 2021 and substantially completed the first phase of the project in summer 2022.


The SFWMD is a regional governmental agency that manages the water resources in the southern half of Florida. Created in 1949, it is the oldest and largest of the state's five water management districts. The agency is responsible for managing and protecting water resources of South Florida by balancing and improving flood control, water supply, water quality and natural systems.

a committed team

We have created an excellent team of professionals committed to building SFWMD Homestead Buildings Replacement Project. 

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