Proportionate Share

Roadway impact fees, mobility fees and proportionate share fees can all be applied to a development project.

Whether you are looking to develop a new property or re-develop an existing site, it is essential to understand the roadway infrastructure costs associated with your project. Local and state laws regarding transportation concurrency abound. Over the passing years, legislation pertaining to concurrency and specifically proportionate share has undergone many changes. Our firm is up to date on all current codes, thus ensuring that our clients will be fairly assessed for any shared cost required by local governments.

O’Rourke Engineering & Planning can also assist with the spreading of the cost and management process for recovering your costs on increments of development over time.

Representative Projects

Project: SR-76 Improvement
Client: SR-76 Improvement Group LLC.
Location: Martin County, FL

O’Rourke Engineering & Planning was hired to conduct the traffic analysis and provide design improvements to SR-76 in Martin County. Plans for constructing improvements that would offset traffic impacts were developed for SR-76 from I-95 to Cove Road. Costs were spread to affected, participators, land owners so as to share the cost. This project represented one of the first uses of proportionate “Fair” share for a non-DRI in Martin County.

Project: Village Royale

Client: Tuttle Land Investment

Location: Palm Beach County, FL

O’Rourke Engineering & Planning developed proportionate share components to include cost, timing and savings for the mixed-use development. The firm successfully reduced the share by over $4 million by eliminating the costs of background deficiencies. In addition, the firm assisted the developer on how to assign costs to the various parcels within the development for both on-site and off-site improvements.

Project: Heritage Pointe
Client: Evans Development
Location: West Melbourne, Brevard County, FL

O’Rourke Engineering & Planning developed proportionate share components offset by impact fees, for the mixed use development. This development along Minton had numerous impacts based on the City’s code.

Other Projects

  • Village at Midway – Ft. Pierce, FL
  • Southern Station – Palm Beach County, FL
  • RV – Martin County, FL
  • St. Lucie Commerce – St. Lucie County, FL
  • Alton, Scripps/ Briger – Palm Beach Gardens, FL

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