Resurfacing

Chester Road

Location: Nassau County, FL
Client: Nassau County Engineering Services Department
Project Description: Prepared plans and bid documents for the resurfacing of Chester Road, from Heron Isle Parkway to Blackrock Road in Nassau County.  The project was 2.7 miles in length.  The existing 2-lane rural roadway had 11 foot lanes with no paved shoulder.   The typical section provides 2-11’ lanes, with no paved shoulder. Sections of the existing roadway required competed reconstruction due to base failure.  The entire roadway was resurfaced with new friction course.  
Construction: 2019

CR 214 Pages Dairy Road

Location: Nassau County, FL
Client: Nassau County Engineering Services Department
Project Description: Prepared plans and bid documents for the widening of Pages Dairy Road, from Felmor Road to Chester Road in  Nassau County.  The project was 3 miles in length.  The existing 2-lane rural roadway had 10 foot lanes with no paved shoulder.   The proposed construction required a 2 – foot wide, full depth pavement widening on each side of the roadway, 4-feet of paved shoulder and 3 feet unpaved shoulder.  This typical section provides 2-11’ lanes, 5-feet of paved shoulder and 3-feet of unpaved shoulder for a total shoulder width of 8-feet. Superelevation was corrected in one existing horizontal curve.  The entire roadway was resurfaced with new friction course.  The project required safety end-treatments to driveway drainage culverts.  At several locations, headwalls were extended beyond the clear zone.
Construction: TBD

SR 75 Resurfacing

Location: Jackson County, FL
Client: 
 Florida Department of Transportation
Project Description: Prepared plans and bid documents for the resurfacing of SR 75 in Jackson County.  The project was 3.4 miles in       length.  The existing 4-lane rural roadway had four 12-foot lanes with 5-foot paved shoulders.  The entire roadway  was resurfaced with new friction course.  The project required safety end-treatments to driveway drainage culverts.  Project included cross slope correction of portions of the inside travel lanes.  A design exception was obtained for isolated locations of substandard cross slope outside of the limits of cross slope correction. 
Construction: 2015