Client: Baker County Engineering Division
Baker County, FL

Eisman & Russo

Project Description:

These two civil engineering projects were rehabilitation and resurfacing projects performed under the FDOT Small County Road Assistance program (SCRAP) and FDOT Small County Road Outreach Program (SCOP), respectively. County Road 229S was an approximate distance of 7.0 miles and County Road 23A was an approximate 4.9 miles.

CR 229S included overlay of existing pavement, construction of 2-foot paved shoulders on both sides, cross slope and superelevation correction and safety improvements for relocation of fix objects outside the clear zone and installation of guardrail at box culverts while the CR 23A resurfacing and rehabilitation project included construction of 2-foot paved shoulders, resurfacing of the existing pavement, operational improvements including realignment of four intersections, providing adequate sight distance and stopping distance length and adding right and left turn lanes to clear through travel lanes when vehicles turning onto the side streets, and pedestrian improvements for 2 miles of 5-foot wide concrete sidewalk within the urban area. Both projects additionally included: drainage improvements including installation of mitered end sections at side drains, cross drains/box culvert extensions; signing & pavement markings including installation of regulatory and warning signs as needed; preparation of MOT plans including lane closure analysis and restrictions; utility coordination for adjustments and relocation as needed. Responsibilities included the preparation of plans, specifications, and estimates (PS&E), as well as post-design services.

Services Provided:

Roadway Design
Drainage Design
Utility Design & Permitting
MOT Plans
Signalization
Signing & pavement markings
Constructability Review
QA/QC

Performance Dates:

June 2009 to February 2010

Construction Cost:

$3.5 million

 
 
 
 

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