FDOT Projects Receive Recognition from Florida Transportation Builders Association
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.–Today, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) received Best in Construction Awards from the Florida Transportation Builders Association (FTBA) for 14projects throughout Florida. Each year, the FTBA recognizes those companies and individuals who have responsibly executed outstanding road and bridge construction projects across the state.
“FDOT is proud to work with industry partners to continue to provide a safe transportation system that fits the lifestyles of Florida’s residents and visitors,” said Florida Department of Transportation Secretary Kevin J. Thibault, P.E. “These awards highlight FDOT’s continued commitment to ensuring mobility and innovation for years to come, and I commend our employees for their significant achievements in the transportation industry.
”The FDOT projects chosen as the winning projects for the FTBA Best in Construction Awards are:
•Alternative Contracting: SR 56 Widening Project from Meadow Point Blvd. to U.S.301 in Pasco County
•Community Awareness:SR 5/North Roosevelt Blvd. between U.S.1/Overseas Hwy& 2ndSt.
•Design Build:I-95 Interchange at Micco Road
•Interchange: I-75/Turnpike –Wildwood Interchange Modification
•Interstate: I-95 Rigid Pavement Reconstruction between NW 29th St. and NW 131st St.in Miami-Dade County
•LAP: Crosstown Parkway Extension Project,connecting the existing Crosstown Parkway from Manth Lane to U.S. 1, in St. LucieCounty
•Major Bridge: I-95 Interchange at Viera Boulevard
•Minor Bridge: SRA1A/MacArthur Causeway East Bridge Rehabilitation Project in Miami-Dade County
•MOT: SR 811/NE 4 Avenue/Wilton Drive Complete Streets Project in Fort Lauderdale and Wilton Manors
•Partnering: SR 5/US 1 South Dixie Highway Widening/Pavement Rehabilitation from SW 57 Ave.to SW 40th St.in Miami-Dade County
•Rural: State Road 20 and State Road 81 Resurfacing Project
•Special Significance: Hurricane Michael Rehabilitation Project in Bay County
•Urban: NW 47th Ave. Reconstruction from North of NW 199th St. to Premier Parkway in Miami-Dade County