Client: FDOT District 2
Duval County, Florida

Eisman & Russo

Project Description:

This Design-Build project consists of bridge widening and new construction on I-95 to replace and add a series of overpasses that carry traffic over Hendricks, Kings and Montana avenues. The project is a 2.5 mile long project, includes 15 travel lanes at its widest point with 15 ramps, comprising the reconstruction of I-95 through downtown Jacksonville, FL.  The improvements require construction of 14 new bridges and 3 bridge widenings.  These bridges include both pile and drilled shaft foundations, nine have Florida I Beams and three have Steel Girders utilized in the superstructure components with single spans reaching lengths up to 278’.  The project includes converting a partial interchange into a full interchange which will provide both north and southbound traffic movements between I-95 with Atlantic Blvd. and Philips Hwy.  The reconstruction will be performed through six MOT phases, moving traffic during demolition of the old bridges/roadways and constructing the new ones, while maintaining the existing I-95 traffic flow.

Services Provided:

Construction Management
Construction Engineering & Inspection
Design-Build Project

Performance Dates:

2013 – Present

Construction Cost:

$160 million

 
 
 
 

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