KCA’s CEI Department was recently selected for two significant pursuits:
- FDOT District Two Continuing Services CEI Constructability contract
- City of Gainesville SW 62nd Boulevard South Connector CEI
After providing high-quality services on our previous contract, FDOT District Two reselected KCA for this CEI Constructability contract. Additionally, this is our first-ever contract with the City of Gainesville! Kellie Loper, PE, will be the PM for both projects. Congrats all!
FDOT District Two Continuing Services CEI Constructability, Districtwide, FL. This contract consists primarily of reviewing and analyzing construction plans at various phases of their design and providing comments that will improve constructability and contract time estimates. The contract also involves evaluating designated contractor schedules for completeness and logic, analyzing construction claims for additional compensation and/or time, and providing Final Estimates support by performing engineering audits for various elements of final estimate packages.
SW 62nd Boulevard South Connector CEI, City of Gainesville, FL. KCA will provide CEI services for this project, which consists of the extension/construction of SW 62nd Boulevard from SW 43rd Street to SW 20th Avenue. This 1.28-mile-long project consists primarily of new roadway construction to provide a new four-lane/two-lane corridor with bike lanes, sidewalk, and multi-use paths that connect SW 43rd Street and SW 20th Avenue. The new connection also features construction of a new 270-foot-long bridge over Hogtown Creek. The typical section for the proposed, approximately 56-foot-wide, five-span bridge (Bridge No. 264881) consists of two 11-foot travel lanes, 10-foot shoulders, and a 10-foot multi-use trail. One new pond will be constructed and one existing pond will be modified to accommodate the new stormwater management system, and the project will receive new vehicular and pedestrian signalization at the SW 43rd Street/SW 62nd Boulevard, and SW 43rd Street/SW 18th Place intersections. The project will also include both standard and selective clearing and grubbing, regular and subsoil excavation, embankment, Type B stabilization, optional base, structural and friction course asphalt, guardrail removal and installation, rubble riprap, drainage installation, curb and gutter, barrier and gravity wall, traffic separators, lighting, thermoplastic pavement markings (standard and preformed), performance turf, signing, and landscaping.