The KCA Team was ranked No. 1 by FDOT District Five for the SR 528 from East of SR 524 (Industry Road) to East of SR 3 project.
This project involves widening a 3.6-mile-long segment of SR 528 from four lanes to six lanes with the additional lanes being express lanes, which will accommodate future traffic demands, improve overall safety, and meet current design standards. The US 1 and SR 3 interchanges will be reconstructed as will the WB bridge over the Indian River, and Indian River relief bridges. KCA will also design a shared-use trail from US 1 to SR 3, which will be part of the East Coast Greenway Trail. Additionally, the corridor will also accommodate improvements proposed by All Aboard Florida. KCA will assist with the PD&E re-evaluation for the proposed express lanes.
The KCA Team will provide roadway and structures design, drainage/permitting, environmental, S&PM/traffic/signals, geotechnical/contamination, ITS/lighting, public involvement, utility coordination, surveying and mapping/SUE, landscape architecture, and architecture services.
Congrats to the entire project team including Roger Rossitto, PE; Victor Gallo, PE; Mark Easley; Tom Presby; Fathy Abdalla, Ph.D., PE, PTOE; Kevin Tasillo, PE, PTOE; Sam Cullum, PE; Elisa Guggino; Branan Anderson, PE; Jonathan Langston, EI; Josh Hanna; Paul Foley, PE; Tom Shaw, PE; and several others from KCA departments. A big thanks to all that helped with the preparation of this proposal and the marketing efforts that contributed to this win!
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