I-4 (SR 400) from 14th Street to 50th Street

> I-4 (SR 400) from 14th Street to 50th Street

I-4 (SR 400) from 14th Street to 50th Street

I-4 (SR 400) from 14th Street to 50th Street

Client: Parsons Brinckerhoff / FDOT
Location: Ybor City, FL
Size: Length: 2.55 miles
Construction Cost: $151 million
Service: Genesis CEI Services

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Tony Harvey
 

This complex and important project was located near the western beginning of Interstate 4 (SR 400) and encompassed the interstate exits and on-ramps for Tampa's historic Ybor City. The project consisted of multi-lane reconstruction of Interstate 4 for a distance of 2.55 miles and included eighteen bridges, twenty-nine mechanically stabilized earth walls, asphalt and concrete pavement, utility and drainage work, lighting, signalization, Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) installation, and numerous architectural features.

Prior to construction, many of the original cigar factory worker homes were relocated outside of the project footprint to adjacent property and fully restored. In addition, many aesthetic elements were incorporated into this project to provide the historic appeal of Ybor City. One of these features was a multi-tiered fountain located between 21st and 22nd Street. The fountain provides a beautiful entry for visitors to Ybor City.

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I-4 (SR 400) from 14th Street to 50th Street


Ybor City, FL

Client:

Parsons Brinckerhoff / FDOT

Location:

Ybor City, FL

Size:

Length: 2.55 miles
Construction Cost: $151 million

Service

Genesis CEI Services

Highlights:

Construction Engineering and Inspection
Fiber Optic Communications
Historical Restoration & Architectural Inspection
Scheduling
Utility Coordination

Contact Staff:

Tony Harvey

I-4 (SR 400) from 14th Street to 50th Street

This complex and important project was located near the western beginning of Interstate 4 (SR 400) and encompassed the interstate exits and on-ramps for Tampa's historic Ybor City. The project consisted of multi-lane reconstruction of Interstate 4 for a distance of 2.55 miles and included eighteen bridges, twenty-nine mechanically stabilized earth walls, asphalt and concrete pavement, utility and drainage work, lighting, signalization, Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) installation, and numerous architectural features.

Prior to construction, many of the original cigar factory worker homes were relocated outside of the project footprint to adjacent property and fully restored. In addition, many aesthetic elements were incorporated into this project to provide the historic appeal of Ybor City. One of these features was a multi-tiered fountain located between 21st and 22nd Street. The fountain provides a beautiful entry for visitors to Ybor City.