Infrastructure Engineers provides robust services for construction services related to transportation engineering projects. We can provide construction oversight of roadway and bridge projects, including contract administration, construction inspection, and materials sampling and testing.
From major capital investments to small sidewalk constructions, Infrastructure Engineers works on-site, monitoring a project’s progress with an eye on cost, schedule, quality, and most importantly, safety. Whether leading the construction inspection or integrating seamlessly into a project team, our construction services professionals expertly administer, monitor, and inspect the entire construction process—resulting in on-time, on-budget projects that conform with all plans, specifications, and special provisions. Construction services that we provide with our certified inspectors include the following:
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Group 121: SR 434 and SR Construction Engineering Inspection Services,
Florida Department of Transportation – District Five
Infrastructure Engineers is providing construction engineering inspection services for this grouping of three projects. The SR 434 Wekiva Outfall project consists of constructing steel sheet piling, articulated concrete block, rip rap, and landscape improvements. The SR 434 widening and reconstruction project is 1.8 miles of widening from four divided lanes to six divided lanes in an urban corridor with extensive utility relocations, new pond construction with liner and underdrains due to contaminated soils, stormwater drainage system, four signalized intersections, ITS fiber optic installation, sidewalk, curb and gutter, and striping and signage. The SR 50 reconstruction project includes reconstruction from four lanes divided rural to six lanes rural, extending a double box culvert to accommodate the road widening, new pond construction, new signalization, and ITS fiber optic connection.
Construction Engineering Inspection for Intersection Improvements, Bridge Replacement, and Streetscape, City of South Daytona, Florida
Infrastructure Engineers was responsible for the administration and inspection of three Florida Department of Transportation Local Agency Program (LAP) projects. The Big Tree Road/Magnolia Avenue intersection improvements included milling and resurfacing, decorative mast arms, patterned/textured crosswalks, pedestrian crossing signals, and landscaping. The existing Oak Lea Drive single span bridge was replaced with a CON/SPAN structure and decorative features that provides for a roadway section of two 12-ft.-wide travel lanes, curb and gutter, and concrete sidewalk. On SR 5, 1.2 miles of the four-lane divided roadway was milled and resurfaced, along with installation of pedestrian and decorative features, bus shelters, water service, irrigation, and landscaping.
Pedestrian Bridge over John Young Parkway and Box Culvert Extension Construction Engineering Inspection, City of Kissimmee, Florida
Infrastructure Engineers is providing construction engineering inspection services for a 12-ft. wide pedestrian bridge and trail to carry users of the Kissimmee Trail over John Young Parkway. The bridge is located approximately 50 ft. north of Lake Tivoli Boulevard and 200 ft. south of Bermuda Lake Lane. The project also includes the extension of an existing concrete box culvert to the east at the John Young Parkway crossing of the Kissimmee Canal. The project includes 1,123 linear ft. of proposed structure, 280 linear ft. of at-grade trail, and 180 ft. of concrete box culvert extension.