Prosser was part of the original development team when Mayo opened its first campus outside of Rochester, Minn. in 1986. In addition to leading the development of regional impact (DRI) and zoning approvals for the Jacksonville campus, Prosser worked with the Davis family and Mayo Clinic to implement the vision for the area, which included the creation of San Pablo Parkway as a scenic gateway. The campus has since grown to contribute $2 billion annually to the Florida economy.
We proudly continue to provide comprehensive engineering and planning services for the campus, which now includes over 6,400 employees. During a recent three-year period of growth, Mayo has invested nearly $500 million in major construction projects, with over 520,000 square feet of new facilities for patient care, biomedical research, education and technology.
As the campus engineer and planner, we rely on creative engineering and scenario modeling to keep pace with growth cycles, maintain flexibility and support demanding campus infrastructure requirements. Our areas of responsibilities include planning and design services for utilities, vehicular circulation, parking, pedestrian ways and accessibility, outdoor spaces and stormwater management.
SIZE 400 acres
PROGRAM 7.5M SF Medical Uses & Support
LOCATION Jacksonville, FL
SERVICES Engineering, Planning & Landscape Architecture