Stages of a Water and Wastewater Development Project

When planning a new commercial, residential or industrial development that is within a JEA service territory, the first stop is here. The JEA Development Process will take you from planning to the acceptance of your project by following the steps below.

Phase 1: Initiation and Planning

Planning a project? Before you begin, you will need to ensure the utility services you need are available. On this page you will find: 

  • Service Availability requests
  • As-Built Drawing requests
  • Pre-design meeting requests
  • Permitting information

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Phase 2: Design

During the design phase of your project, we are here to work with you a JEA Development Plan Reviewer will be assigned to your project to review it for completeness, constructability and conformance with the JEA Design Guidelines and Standards. In this section, you will find information on:

  • Flow calculation validation 
  • Development review 
  • Permit review 
  • FDOT permits
  • Revisions
  • Easements and plats 

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Phase 3: Construction

During the construction phase, we work with you to ensure your project is constructed to meet the JEA requirements. Please be sure to keep us informed of any design, or construction site changes. Learn how to:

  • Request a Pre-Construction Meeting
  • Attend a Pre-Construction Meeting
  • Schedule Your Inspections

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Final Phase: Completion and Acceptance 

Your project is almost complete. Make sure your goals are met by reviewing the Project Acceptance Checklist and that your new service fees are paid. In this section, you will fin the following necessary documents:

  • As-Built Submittal forms
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Acceptance Package
  • Final Inspection information
  • Project Acceptance information
  • New service applications and payment

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As-Built drawings represent the final detailed 'blueprints' as to how infrastructure was installed during construction.

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