• Location: Orange and Volusia Counties, Florida

Under a five-year continuing engineering services contract, B&N provided a wide range of transportation services to the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District 5. The contract was used to procure services related to preserving transportation assets, improving service and operation of corridors, and increasing the safety of the traveling public. Typical assignments included roadway resurfacing, pavement designs, roadway improvements, and ADA upgrades.

One of the primary objectives under this contract was to minimize disruption to roadway users while maintaining early, continuous, and meaningful communication with local stakeholders. Additionally, improvements had to be incorporated within the FDOT Practical Design and Consistent, Predictable and Repeatable (CPR) initiatives as directed by the District regarding resurfacing project elements.

Notable projects completed under the contract include work on Interstate 4 (State Route 400), State Route (SR) 536, and SR 600.

Interstate 4 (SR 400):

  • Four miles of eight-lane milling and resurfacing
  • Deep milling and pavement reconstruction
  • Ramp widening and cross-slope correction
  • Signing and pavement marking
  • Utility coordination

SR 536:

  • Two miles of six-lane milling and resurfacing 
  • Median modifications
  • Public hearing assistance
  • Turn lane improvements
  • Signing and pavement marking
  • Utility coordination

SR 600:

  • Concrete pavement demolition and full depth pavement reconstruction
  • One-half mile of six-lane milling and resurfacing
  • Turn lane improvements
  • Sidewalk improvements
  • Signing and pavement marking
  • Utility coordination