Quible & Associates, P.C.
Arlington Place/Mill Creek
Client: Burton Farm Development Company, LLC
Quible Participation: Wetlands Delineation, CAMA Major Permitting, Stormwater Design and Permitting, Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control Planning and Permitting, Marina and Docking Structure Design Planning and Permitting, Hydrogeologic/Aquifer Characterization Study High Rate Infiltration Pond and Wastewater Design and Permitting, CAMA Major Permitting and Dredge Design and Details Arlington Place and Mill Creek Phases I and II are a combined 437 acre tract located in Pamlico County along the banks of the Neuse River near the Town of Minnesott Beach.  The site was formerly agricultural land and Quible has been involved since the beginning of the project and we have seen our role increase as the permitting of the property has begun.  Most of the infrastructure for the Mill Creek development has been installed and Quible has provided engineering for all of the stormwater and infrastructure as well as CAMA Permitting for shoreline stabilization and a kayak launch and boat slips along Mill Creek.  
The Arlington Place Development, located immediately adjacent to the Mill Creek Development, is a mixed use residential boating community with 461 residential lots, 140 Townhome Units, clubhouses, restaurants and a 10.5 acre upland marina basin with approximately 91 wet slips, dry stack storage and a public boat ramp.  This development has involved the preparation of a SEPA Environmental Assessment (prepared by others) for construction of the proposed development and Quible has recently become involved in the re-design of the marina upland basin and has submitted a CAMA Major Permit based on the re-design.  In addition, Quible has conducted an intensive study of the local surface water and groundwater to quantify the effects the excavation of a 10.5 acre harbor may have on adjacent wetlands and blue line streams—all under the direction of the US Army Corps of Engineers.  In addition to CAMA Permitting and groundwater studies, Quible has developed a Stormwater Management Plan that offers both aesthetic and environmental value to the project by creating more than seven acres of wetland habitat in the form of vegetated shelves in traditional stormwater wet ponds and stormwater wetlands.  
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