BCC Engineering Merges with Heath & Lineback

The bond funded projects include Doral Central Park, White Course – Walk to Park, Morgan Levy Park, Doral Meadow Park, Trails & Tails Park and Cultural Arts Center. Park improvements consist of green spaces, nature areas, sports fields, play areas, infrastructure, an aquatic facility, community center, multi-purpose rooms, cultural amenities, walking/biking trails, specialty recreation areas, and safety features.  The Parks Bond Program will also fund the addition and renovation of a 5-mile multi-purpose trail throughout the city and an elevated pedestrian bridge passing over NW 41st Street along NW 117 Ave.

This Program’s marquee project program is the 82-acre Doral Central Park, which will be the largest park in the city. The Park will include an indoor recreational facility, and aquatics venue with a competition pool, learn to swim pool, splash park and lazy river. Outdoor amenities will include meandering walking paths, tennis courts, basketball courts, baseball/softball diamonds, picnic areas, skate spot and pump track and sensory playscape area. Additional activities that will take advantage of the lake are a wetland trail, canoe/ kayak/ paddle boat launch, lake front trails and a lake front promenade. The Park will have a formal events lawn to serve as the city’s special-events hub with the addition of an open-air amphitheater. All new vehicular traffic pathways, parking and normal and special occasion lighting and landscaping will also surround the park.

BCC is currently providing pre-construction services, project management, and project coordination on the 8 projects that will be constructed over the coming years.

City of Doral Parks Bond Program Management Services

BCC is part of the Team selected as Program Managers for the City of Doral Parks Bond Program. The City’s residents passed a General Obligation Parks Bond for $150 million that will help fund the construction of future Doral projects.

Services Provided:

Building Structures
Utility Engineering
Water Resources


City of Doral


Miami-Dade County, Florida


$150 Million (Bond Program Value)