Gibson Park Boat Ramp


NFPS performed the feasibility study, master plan and completed the engineering design and cost estimates for this County owned and operated 125,000 gallon-per-day (GPD) Potable Water Supply and Distribution System and the 125,000 gallon per day modular Waste Water Treatment Plant which can be expanded in 125,000 GPD increments up to a 500,000 GPD capacity. The project also included a 19.17-acre effluent spray field where reclaimed wastewater will be used to grow grass. The water treatment and wastewater treatment facilities are located on 78-acres of land purchased by the County, approximately 2.7 miles west of I-75/SR-6 intersection. The modular wastewater treatment plan included a 460,000-gallon retention basin and irrigation pump station. Engineering design also included two 250,000 GPD groundwater wells, a 250,000-gallon capacity elevated storage tank sufficient to provide fire-protection water within the facility’s Planning area, a 3-mile long water distribution pipeline system along SR-6 and a main wastewater lift station with a 2.5-mile long force main.


NFPS performed engineering services for this Florida Boating Improvement Program (FBIP) funded project in Hamilton County in order to restore and expand the boat ramp located at Gibson Park. Work performed on this project included bidding and negotiations, contract award recommendation, construction contract administration, all the necessary on-site inspection, pay requests, reporting, and close out activities.

Services Provided

  • Feasibility Study
  • Master Plan
  • Topographic Survey
  • Roadway Design
  • Site Development
  • Water System Plans and Specifications
  • Wastewater System Plans and Specifications
  • Permitting
  • Bid Preparation & Negotiation
  • Construction Contract Administration

Client Reference

Hamilton County
1153 US Hwy 41 NW, Suite 2
Jasper, FL 32052
Louie Goodin
County Coordinator

Project Manager

Gregory G. Bailey, PE
(386) 752-4675