Frederick, Seibert & Associates, Inc. - Civil Engineering, Surveying, Landscape Architecture - Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia

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Hager's Crossing

Client Type: Residential
Service Performed: Planning

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As the first planned unit development (PUD) in this area, Hager’s Crossing has been designed to bring its residents modern amenities of a thriving community amidst the peaceful beauty of historic Hagerstown. This project is located behind the Centre at Hagerstown Shopping Center.

The initial work on this project, for The Rachuba Group, consisted of developing a PUD concept over 240 acres. This PUD included 903 units with a mix of single-family detached homes, townhouses, garden apartments/condos and a community center/recreation area. Upon approval of the PUD by the City of Hagerstown, FSA prepared complete construction documents for Phase I, II and III through detailed engineering and design which included direct coordination with City, County and State officials. Phase I consisted of 92 single family lots and 261 townhouse lots serviced by public water and sewer. Also within the design of Phase I, FSA worked with the Maryland Department of the Environment, FEMA and the Army Corp of Engineers to remap a section of the 100 year flood plain to accommodate road crossings for this development. Phase II, also serviced by public utilities, included 289 single family lots. Phase III consisted of the engineering and design of a community center and recreation fields that were added by the developer to enhance the quality of living for the community residents.

FSA continues to work with the developer and home builders to complete Phase II and Phase IV of the PUD. We work hand in hand with local and national home builders on each lot by siting and grading specific homes requested by the owner to ensure the overall design of the community. Phase IV is currently in design and once completed will consist of 150 multiplex units, a new and unique design for the Hagerstown area. FSA continues to be involved in regional master planning and development of this region with both residential and commercial design.