SR 123/SR 85 Flyover Okaloosa Co

SR 123/SR 85 FLYOVER OKALOOSA CO

Project Description

Contract Name:   SR 123/SR 85 Flyover Okaloosa Co
Location:   Niceville, FL

Highlights

Over 400,000 CY of dirt was moved on the project, along with placement of 25,000 tons of base and 25,000 tons of asphalt pavement.

Scope of Work

This project consist of constructing a new 4-lane roadway on SR 123 and constructing a 2-lane flyover structure. The new roadway typical section will consist of 2-12’ travel lanes and 8’ shoulders (5’ paved) constructed to the west of the existing alignment separated by a 64’ grassed median. Other work also included in this project is construction of flyover bridge, drainage, signing and pavement marking, lighting and power relocation.



SR 20 Washington Co

SR 20 WASHINGTON CO


Project Description

Contract Name:   SR 20 Washington Co
Location:   Ebro, FL

Highlights

We achieved an average ride number of 4.5

Scope of Work

This section of SR 20 in Washington Co, FL was 4.7 miles long. It consisted of milling the existing travel lanes 2″ deep and the shoulders 1/2″ deep. A 1.5″ Superpave 12.5″ MM asphalt mix with Polymer Modified Asphalt PG 76-22 was placed and then a 1″ Friction Course of FC 9.5 asphalt mix with Polymer Modified Asphalt PG 76-22. Guardrail was replaced along with highway signage and striping.


SR 81 Holmes Co

SR 81 HOLMES CO


Project Description

Contract Name:   SR 81 Holmes Co
Location:   Ponce DeLeon, FL

Highlights

Project had 51,000 TNS of asphalt pavement placed.

Scope of Work

This project consisted of resurfacing 21.6 miles of roadway from I-10 to the Alabama State Line. The existing travel lanes were milled 2″ deep and the existing shoulders were milled 1/2″ deep. A 1.5″ Superpave 12.5″ MM asphalt mix with Polymer Modified Asphalt PG 76-22 was placed and then a 1″ Friction Course of FC 9.5 asphalt mix with Polymer Modified Asphalt PG 76-22. Guardrail was replaced along with highway signage and striping. Turn Lane Construction and Truck Pull Off Parking was also constructed. Minor drainage improvements were performed and Bridge Deck Joints were also replaced.


SR 90 Okaloosa Co

SR 90 OKALOOSA CO


Project Description

Contract Name:   SR 90 Okaloosa Co
Location:   Crestview, FL

Scope of Work

This section of US 90 consisted of resurfacing 7.8 miles of roadway from just east of SR 285 to the Okaloosa Co Line. The existing travel lanes were milled 1.5″ deep and the existing shoulders were milled 1/2″ deep. A 1.5″ Superpave 12.5″ MM asphalt mix with Polymer Modified Asphalt PG 76-22 was placed and then a 1″ Friction Course of FC 9.5 asphalt mix with Polymer Modified Asphalt PG 76-22. Guardrail was replaced along with highway signage and striping. Minor drainage improvements were performed and Bridge Deck Joints were also replaced.


Design Build Santa Rosa Island Range Road

DESIGN BUILD SANTA ROSA ISLAND RANGE ROAD


Project Description

Contract Name:   Design Build Santa Rosa Island Range Road
Location:   Eglin AFB, FL

Highlights

The site access road is the only route for automobile traffic on the Island so 2-directional traffic had to be maintained at all times. Furthermore, aside from significant wetland systems within the project area, (both isolated freshwater wetlands and tidally influenced estuarine wetlands) numerous Federally listed, State listed and Florida Natural Areas Inventory (FNAI)-tracked floral and faunal species occur on or utilize the island. There were also several cultural resource areas within the project limits that could not be disturbed. All of these issues required the team to develop a comprehensive plan to construct the project without causing detriment to the environmental characteristics of the island while maintaining access to the fully operational test facility. CWR DB Team saved the owner over 1.5 million in Cost Saving Initiatives.

Scope of Work

The ACOE and Eglin Air Force Base (AFB) proposed to rebuild and reinforce the Santa Rosa Island Range Complex Road, including facility access roads, totaling 15.6 miles on Santa Rosa Island (SRI), Eglin AFB. The purpose of this 42.2 million dollar project was to provide a facility that would maintain uninterrupted access to 13-Test Areas (TAs) located on Santa Rosa Island, which are vital to the United States’ national defense network. The design incorporated an armoring system, consisting of sheet piles walls, on one or both sides of the main road along 4.6 miles to prevent road destruction and displacement resulting from tropical storm-generated storm surge. The remaining 8.5 miles of the main road, in discontinuous sections, incorporated a typical roadway design without sheet piles as these portions of the road are protected from erosion damage by the natural dune system. In its previous condition, the road presented a significant safety hazard and impediment to military operations.