Transportation directly improves the commerce and quality of life for people in a region. Transportation systems require continuous improvement and maintenance to keep track of an increasing population and demand for capacity on these systems. Infrastructure Engineers has highly qualified professionals with a proven record of working with clients and stakeholders to promote and design the transportation system for the future. Our team is well-versed in all areas of project development from planning through final design. We approach each project as an extension of our client’s staff, applying practical, realistic solutions to engineering challenges. Our specialties for roadway engineering include the following:
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Troutman Boulevard/Clearmont Street Realignment, City of Palm Bay, Florida
Infrastructure Engineers provided design and public involvement services for the highly-publicized realignment of Troutman Boulevard in support of the $100 million Harris Corporation campus reconfiguration. Elements of this one mile, four-lane urban realignment include roadway, closed drainage, utility relocation, wetlands, permitting, right-of-way acquisition, maintenance of traffic, signals, striping, lighting, landscaping, and property owner and local government coordination.
Thacker Avenue Widening, City of Kissimmee, Florida
Infrastructure Engineers provided design services for the four-lane, divided urban section widening of Thacker Avenue from Donegan Avenue to Carroll Street. The project included roadway and drainage design, signing and pavement marking, utility extension design, signalization, design survey, right-of-way mapping, geotechnical investigation, environmental services, permitting, and post-design services. Infrastructure Engineers also participated in a public involvement program for the project.
SR 65 Resurfacing, Florida Department of Transportation – District Three
Infrastructure Engineers provided engineering design services for the 25.6-mile resurfacing of SR 65 in Liberty County, Florida. The majority of SR 65 is located in the Apalachicola National Forest, which required considerable coordination with permitting agencies due to the sensitive lands and work mix. The project included milling, resurfacing, minor roadway widening, drainage improvements, and traffic control details. The two bridges included in the roadway section required guardrail improvements, striping, and load rating.
US 301 Multi-modal Design, Florida Department of Transportation – District Seven
Infrastructure Engineers provided alternatives and design services for pedestrian and transit facilities along US 301 from Dade City Avenue to the US 98 Bypass. Our team looked at origins and destinations, evaluated timber bridge structures vs. fill with floodplain compensation, evaluated bus stop facilities for ADA compliance, evaluated business access vs. safety, and designed the resulting facilities including sidewalks, gravity walls, box culvert and headwall extensions, signal, and striping upgrades.
I-95 Interchange at Ellis Road, Florida Department of Transportation, District Five
Infrastructure Engineers was selected to design a new SR 9 (I-95) interchange at Ellis Road/St. Johns Heritage Parkway in Brevard County. This new interchange provides a key connection to a future north-south parkway and access to the City of Melbourne’s international airport. The new crossing will include a 520-ft. structure spanning the major existing utilities and I-95. Due to the limited right-of-way, access will be provided via elevated ramps on retaining walls along the west side with a partial clover ramp on the east side. The project also includes all the right-of-way acquisition, survey, drainage design, permitting, utility coordination, signals, traffic control, lighting, ITS and signing and pavement marking.