I-275 Drainage & Utilities from Howard Frankland Bridge to Himes Ave.

> I-275 Drainage & Utilities from Howard Frankland Bridge to Himes Ave.

I-275 Drainage & Utilities from Howard Frankland Bridge to Himes Ave.

I-275 Drainage & Utilities from Howard Frankland Bridge to Himes Ave.

Client: Parsons Brinckerhoff / FDOT Dist. 7
Location: Tampa, FL
Size: Length: 1 mile
Construction Cost: $25 million
Service: Genesis CEI Services

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Tony Harvey
 

This project consisted of multiple utility relocations, including Utility Work by Highway Contractor Agreement (UWHCA) projects, and construction of over one mile of 10’ x 5’ and 10’ x 6’ concrete box culverts, within the Interstate right-of-way, discharging to Tampa Bay. The work also included extensive micro-tunneling, conventional tunneling, and jack & bore operations under I-275, Memorial Highway, and Westshore Boulevard.

Continuous coordination with Tampa International Airport (TIA) regarding flight patterns and zones and well as constant environmental monitoring in Tampa Bay were both key to the successful competition of this project.

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I-275 Drainage & Utilities from Howard Frankland Bridge to Himes Ave.


Tampa, FL

Client:

Parsons Brinckerhoff / FDOT Dist. 7

Location:

Tampa, FL

Size:

Length: 1 mile
Construction Cost: $25 million

Service

Genesis CEI Services

Highlights:

Construction Engineering and Inspection
Scheduling
Utility Coordination

Contact Staff:

Tony Harvey

I-275 Drainage & Utilities from Howard Frankland Bridge to Himes Ave.

This project consisted of multiple utility relocations, including Utility Work by Highway Contractor Agreement (UWHCA) projects, and construction of over one mile of 10’ x 5’ and 10’ x 6’ concrete box culverts, within the Interstate right-of-way, discharging to Tampa Bay. The work also included extensive micro-tunneling, conventional tunneling, and jack & bore operations under I-275, Memorial Highway, and Westshore Boulevard.

Continuous coordination with Tampa International Airport (TIA) regarding flight patterns and zones and well as constant environmental monitoring in Tampa Bay were both key to the successful competition of this project.