US-301 (SR 43) from Balm Rd. to Gibsonton Dr.

> US-301 (SR 43) from  Balm Rd. to Gibsonton Dr.

US-301 (SR 43) from Balm Rd. to Gibsonton Dr.

US-301 (SR 43) from  Balm Rd. to Gibsonton Dr.

Client: FDOT District 7
Location: Hillsborough County, FL
Size: Length: 6.16 miles
Construction cost: $63 million
Service: Genesis CEI Services

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Tony Harvey
 

This major reconstruction project included widening and reconstructing US 301 from a two lane rural highway to a six lane divided highway.

The improvements included new medians, sidewalks, a multi-use path, lighting, signalization, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), major drainage improvements including, box culvert and pond construction, intersection reconstruction, bridge construction, water main adjustments, and force main adjustments.

  • The water & wastewater utility relocations completed for this project were the largest ever undertaken by FDOT District 7.
  • Innovative methods were developed to overcome environmental challenges during the bridge construction, which was located in extremely sensitive areas.
  • Close monitoring of schedule progress and partnering to overcome project challenges resulted in all travel lanes being provided to the public eight months ahead of schedule.
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US-301 (SR 43) from Balm Rd. to Gibsonton Dr.


Hillsborough County, FL

Client:

FDOT District 7

Location:

Hillsborough County, FL

Size:

Length: 6.16 miles
Construction cost: $63 million

Service

Genesis CEI Services

Highlights:

Construction Engineering and Inspection
Fiber Optic Communications
Scheduling
Utility Coordination

Contact Staff:

Tony Harvey

US-301 (SR 43) from Balm Rd. to Gibsonton Dr.

This major reconstruction project included widening and reconstructing US 301 from a two lane rural highway to a six lane divided highway.

The improvements included new medians, sidewalks, a multi-use path, lighting, signalization, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), major drainage improvements including, box culvert and pond construction, intersection reconstruction, bridge construction, water main adjustments, and force main adjustments.

  • The water & wastewater utility relocations completed for this project were the largest ever undertaken by FDOT District 7.
  • Innovative methods were developed to overcome environmental challenges during the bridge construction, which was located in extremely sensitive areas.
  • Close monitoring of schedule progress and partnering to overcome project challenges resulted in all travel lanes being provided to the public eight months ahead of schedule.