Reconstruction project of existing Taxiway D at Northeast Florida Regional Airport, approximately 2200 feet in length. Our crews paved 4275 tons of asphalt in August 2021. This taxiway was reconstructed to improve safety of the airfield. Photos and video courtesy of Passero Associates.
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Milling and resurfacing project on State Road 200 in Yulee, Florida, from approximately 1/4 mile east of US-17 traveling eastbound 4.878 miles to County Road 107. This project included about 800 feet across the intersection of Amelia Concourse/Chester Road and SR 200. The project scope includes milling and resurfacing, base work, shoulder treatment, drainage improvements,
This project consists of resurfacing approximately 5 miles on State Road 21 from State Road 16 to County Road 215. Improvements on this project include milling and resurfacing, base work, shoulder treatment, drainage improvements, guardrail, traffic signals, highway signing and other incidental construction. Project Start: February 2021 Expected Completion: Summer 2021
This project along 2.6 miles of the Southside Connector (State Road 113) from the Arlington Expressway (State Road 115) to I-295 is scheduled to begin in November 2020. Improvements include milling and resurfacing, base work, shoulder treatments, drainage, curb and gutter, traffic signals, highway signage, guardrail repairs, sidewalks and bicycle paths. Project Start: November 2020
Resurfacing and roadway improvements on approximately one-mile of I-95 from just south of the Norwood Avenue (State Road 115) northbound off-ramp north to Edgewood Avenue West (State Road 111). The project includes milling and repaving the roadway, the on- and off-ramps at the Norwood Avenue/Lem Turner Road interchange and the northbound off-ramp and southbound on-ramp
At approximately 5:50 a.m. there was a traffic accident just west of the Hammond Blvd. exit on I-10 eastbound in Duval County, FL that resulted in a fuel and fluid spill, subsequently causing significant damage to the asphalt roadway. FHP immediately closed the two damaged lanes, leaving only one eastbound lane open, until an asphalt
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) started work in late February 2016 on a project on the Interstate 10 and U.S. 301 interchange near Baldwin. The reconstruction project is designed to accommodate increased truck traffic making the northbound U.S. 301 to eastbound I-10 movement. Northbound trucks using U.S. 301 are primarily heading to Jacksonville or
I-10 from I-295 to I-95 will be widened to improve traffic flow, safety and increase capacity. When complete, I-10 will feature up to ten lanes between I-295 and I-95. Traffic volume along I-10 is expected to increase significantly over the next two decades and widening the road will alleviate traffic issues in years ahead. Temporary
This project involves reconstructing the Butler Boulevard/San Pablo Road interchange as a diverging diamond interchange (DDI). Through its unique design, a diverging diamond interchange enhances mobility and improves safety by eliminating conflict points for motorists seeking to turn left. In a DDI, drivers cross over to travel briefly on the left side of the road