SR 30 (US 98)

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SR 30 (US 98)

SR 30 (US 98)

Client: FDOT District 3
Location: Miramar Beach, FL
Size: Length: 3.37 miles Construction Cost: $42 million
Service: Genesis CEI Services

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Doug Pritchard
 

This is a four year, $42 million dollar phased reconstruction project. The improvements under this contract consist of the widening and reconstruction of SR 30 (US 98) from the existing four-lane rural roadway typical section to a six-lane urban roadway typical section. The project is 3.37 miles long and located primarily in Walton County and small section of Okaloosa County. The new urban typical section includes a raised median section with numerous directional openings for control of driveway access, four foot bike lanes and eight foot sidewalks on each side of the roadway. Included within the project limits are six signalized intersections that require complete reconstruction of all signalization equipment with new mast arms. All drainage for the project will be via a new closed drainage system that collects runoff and discharges it into four new detention ponds. Several sections of the project require overbuild of the exiting asphalt pavement to facilitate the traffic control plan requirements.

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SR 30 (US 98)


Miramar Beach, FL

Client:

FDOT District 3

Location:

Miramar Beach, FL

Size:

Length: 3.37 miles Construction Cost: $42 million

Service

Genesis CEI Services

Highlights:

Construction Engineering and Inspection

Contact Staff:

Doug Pritchard

SR 30 (US 98)

This is a four year, $42 million dollar phased reconstruction project. The improvements under this contract consist of the widening and reconstruction of SR 30 (US 98) from the existing four-lane rural roadway typical section to a six-lane urban roadway typical section. The project is 3.37 miles long and located primarily in Walton County and small section of Okaloosa County. The new urban typical section includes a raised median section with numerous directional openings for control of driveway access, four foot bike lanes and eight foot sidewalks on each side of the roadway. Included within the project limits are six signalized intersections that require complete reconstruction of all signalization equipment with new mast arms. All drainage for the project will be via a new closed drainage system that collects runoff and discharges it into four new detention ponds. Several sections of the project require overbuild of the exiting asphalt pavement to facilitate the traffic control plan requirements.