SR45 / US41 RRR

● Project included the milling and resurfacing of 9.0 miles of two lane rural roadway and 2.0 miles of five lane urban roadway, widening for left turn lanes (all four approaches).

● Design efforts included widening the existing paved shoulder, ADA updates, signalization design, cross slope correction details and superelevation correction.

● Reports prepared included the community  awareness plan, RRR safety report, multi-modal facilities justification report, typical section package, specification package and the flexible pavement

design package.    

MINOR ROADWAY PROJECTS

SR 471 RRR

Milling and resurfacing of SR 471. The project included the milling and resurfacing, safety updates and minor drainage design for 4.5 miles of a 2-lane rural roadway. Design efforts included the preparation of typical section package, utility coordination, flexible pavement design package, no passing zone study and community awareness plan.

SR 575 / SR 50

Final design for a two lane rural roadway that included milling and resurfacing, adding 8 foot shoulders (5 foot paved and 3 foot grassed) on both sides of the roadway, pavement design, swale drainage design, safety updates, ensuring ADA criteria was met, developing MOT plans, providing signing and pavement marking plans and coordinating with utilities. 

SR 44 RRR (Citrus County) From N. Lopp Point to East of S. Highview Avenue & From East of S. Highview Avenue to Forest Drive

Project included the milling and resurfacing of 6.0 miles of four lane rural and urban roadway. Design efforts included widening to provide 5’ bike keyhole, ADA updates, signalization design, cross slope correction details, superelevation correction, minor drainage improvements and adding 4.3 miles of sidewalk to provide pedestrian connectivity. Reports prepared included the community awareness plan, RRR safety report, multi-modal facilities justification report, typical section package, specification package and the flexible pavement design package.