FDOT District One selected the KCA Team for the SR 70 from Lorraine Road to CR 675/Waterbury Road SWAT project!
Development of this project will use the new FDOT Statewide Acceleration and Transformation (SWAT) process, which will reduce duplicative efforts between PD&E and design. This project will be among the first ever delivered using this approach. This project involves providing PD&E and design services for SR 70 from Lorraine Road to CR 675 (Waterbury Road) in Manatee County. This project’s purpose is to increase capacity and improve safety on SR 70, which is a two-lane undivided roadway classified as an urban principal arterial–other from Lorraine Road to mile post 10.439 and rural principal arterial–other eastward to beyond CR 675. KCA will design two four-lane typical sections within the corridor. A suburban section from Lorraine Road to Del Webb Boulevard, and a rural section from Del Webb Boulevard to CR 675. Bicycles will be accommodated on the outside shoulders. A Level 1 roundabout screening will be performed to determine if roundabouts are viable.
The KCA team will provide PD&E/NEPA, roadway and structures design, drainage/permitting, environmental, S&PM/traffic/signalization, TTC, public involvement, utility coordination/SUE, geotechnical/contamination, noise analysis, surveying, and right-of-way mapping services.
Congrats to the entire project team including Mark Easley, PD&E/NEPA Project Manager; Tom Presby, Design Project Manager; Michael Campo, PE, Deputy Project Manager; Tara Spieler, PE; Fathy Abdalla, Ph.D., PE, PTOE; Branan Anderson, PE; Todd Gardina, PE; Jonathan Langston, EI; 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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