PROJECT NAME: Oakland Park Amenity Center
ADDRESS: 1004 Civitas Way, Winter Garden, FL 34787
ABOUT: Oakland Park Amenity Center consists of the main clubhouse building, event and pool pavilion, swimming pool and splash pad, hardscape and landscape improvements. The clubhouse will house the offices of Oakland Park Association, Inc, provide meeting and special events rooms, restrooms, dressing rooms, storage rooms and a kitchen area for the use of residents and the HOA. On the site will be a formal event lawn, playground, fishing dock, nature trails, splash pad and zero entry pool as well as covered pavilions with additional restrooms
SQUARE FEET: 4,914
CERTIFICATION LEVEL/SCORE: Bronze (108)
OWNER/DEVELOPER: Paul Luck, Oakland Park Association Inc., Winter Garden, FL
FGBC DESIGNATED PROFESSIONAL: Nate Ritter, GreenBuilt Solutions, Orlando, FL
FGBC EVALUATOR: Jennifer Languell, Trifecta Construction Solutions, Fort Myers, FL
YEAR CERTIFIED: 2019
FLORIDA GREEN TEAM:
Architect: Albert Heisler, Butler Moore Architects, Orlando, FL
Engineer-Civil: Tim VanWormer, Evans Engineering, Inc., Orlando, FL
Engineer-Plumbing/Mechanical: Kyle Cartier, Sims Wilkerson Cartier Engineering, Orlando, FL
Engineer-Electrical: Adam Levine, Sims Wilkerson Cartier Engineering, Orlando, FL
Interior Design: Pam Niemann, Niemann Interiors, Winter Park, FL
Landscape Architect/Design: David Hoppes, Dix.Hite + Partners, Inc., Longwood, FL
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Our mission since 2000 has been to lead and promote sustainability with environmental, economic, and social benefits through regional education, local community outreach and certification programs.
FGBC was conceived and founded in the belief that green building programs will be most successful if there are clear and meaningful principles on which “green” qualification and marketing are based.
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- Encourage housing affordability by increasing building sustainability
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