The RK&K Team (with KCA as a major sub) was selected by FDOT District Seven for the US 41 at CSX Grade Separation S. of Causeway Boulevard project
The RK&K Team (with KCA as a major sub) was selected by FDOT District Seven for the US 41 at CSX Grade Separation project, which involves improving the level of service (LOS) on US 41 by providing grade separation at the CSX railroad crossing and Causeway Boulevard intersection. US 41/SR 45 and SR 676/Causeway Boulevard are vital arterial highways that serve the City of Tampa located in Hillsborough County. This project will be developed using the SWAT process, which allows design tasks such as survey, geotechnical investigations, concept plans, wetland determinations, pond siting, noise analysis and others to be performed concurrent with PD&E tasks.
Michael Campo, PE, is serving as Deputy Project Manager (PM), and KCA is providing roadway design, signalization, temporary traffic control (TTC), signing and pavement marketing (S&PM), structures design, and drainage design services for this project.
Congrats to the entire team including Michael Campo, PE, Deputy PM; Branan Anderson, PE; Guillermo Madriz, PE; Tom Lovett, PE; Jonathan Langston, PE; Wes Wright, EI; Thierry Ku; and several others from KCA departments. A big thanks to all that helped with the preparation of this proposal and the presentation efforts that contributed to this win!
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