Resurfacing

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

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

SR 482 Sand Lake Road 

Location: Orange County, FL
Client:  Florida Department of Transportation – District Five
Project Description: Prepared roadway, signing and marking, signalization plans and bid    documents for the resurfacing of SR 482 (San Lake Road) from Golden Sky Lane to Lake Gloria Boulevard in Orange County.  This  project was funded by safety funds and included milling and resurfacing of SR 482 (Sand Lake Rd) in Orlando with an open- graded friction course (FC-5) to improve skid resistance during wet weather conditions, provide bike lane keyholes and additional pedestrian features at Voltaire Drive with other minor ADA compliance upgrades. The project was 1.3 miles in length.  After performing a pedestrian study, 3400 LF of new sidewalk was added to the project. Construction: 2017

 

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

Sandestin US98

Location: Walton County, FL
Client: Florida Department of Transportation
Project Description: This project consisted of milling and resurfacing a portion of SR30 (US 98) from the new US 98 alignment to west of Sandestin Lane. The facility lies in an urban and rural area in Walton County, Florida and is functionally classified as an Urban Other Principal Arterial from CMP 3.168 to CMP 4.280 and as a Rural Principal Arterial from CMP 4.280 to CMP 5.121. Replace traffic signal loops where impacted by the milling and resurfacing at the intersections of SR 30 with CR2378 and Sandestin Boulevard.
Construction: 2010

 

SR 91 Florida Turnpike

Location: Lake County, FL
Client: Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise
Project Description: Prepared roadway, signing & marking, structures and lighting plans for improvements to 10 miles of SR 91 (Florida’s  Turnpike) from MP 287 (Leesburg Toll Plaza) to MP 297  (Sumter County line) in Lake County. The horizontal curve  over SR 25 (US 27) required super-elevation correction to meet the 70 MPH design speed.  Significant effort was required preparing traffic control plans for the super-elevation correction without having daytime or weekend lane closures while meeting the Florida Turnpike’s pavement drainage requirements.                                                                             Construction: 2018-2019