KCA was selected by FDOT District Seven for the SR 50 Bypass from Broad Street to Jefferson Street project
Owner: FDOT District Seven
The project involves adding lanes and rehabilitating the existing pavement for SR 50/Cortez Blvd. in Hernando County. SR 50 from Broad Street to Jefferson Street is a four-lane urban principal arterial on the Florida Strategic Intermodal System. Improvements include widening SR 50 to the inside median and milling and resurfacing the existing travel lanes and shoulders. Additional improvements include adding sidewalk, lighting, drainage, permits, utility coordination, structures, ITS, signing and pavement marking, and signals. Optional services include railroad grade crossing improvements and limited roadway approach resurfacing at CSX RR Crossing 624906G and a shared-use path on the south side of SR 50 (portion of the proposed Good Neighbor Trail).
Congrats to the entire project team including Richard Harrison, PE, Project Manager; Todd Gardina, PE, Lead Roadway Design/EOR; Tara Spieler, PE, Lead Drainage; Chris Mears, PE, Trail Design/Coordination; John Burton, PE, PTOE, TTC; Fathy Abdalla, Ph.D., PE, PTOE, Traffic/S&PM; Mark Easley, Environmental/Permitting; Julian Gutierrez, PE, Structures Design; Deborah Hernandez, PE, Roadway Design; Branan Anderson, PE, Roadway Design; Rachel Moyers, EI, TTC (as well as graphics support); Jonathan Langston EI, Roadway Design; 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!