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KROME SOUTH 4

FROM SW 312TH STREET TO SW 296TH STREET & FROM SW 296TH ST TO SOUTH OF SW 232 STREET

CEI - Construction Engineering Inspection

SCOPE OF WORK

As a member of the RKK Team, Castillo Engineering provided construction engineering inspection services for the widening of SR 997/Krome Avenue from SW 312th Street to SW 232nd Street in Miami-Dade County. The $31.7 Million, 5-mile-long project included rebuilding and widening Krome Avenue from a two-lane roadway to a four-lane roadway divided by a grassed median. The project will also include the reconstruction of 5 existing signalized intersections, a new signalized intersection at SW 272nd Street and Krome Ave, the construction of two new bridges over C-103 Canal, the demolition of an existing bridge, new drainage, the construction of new access roads for SFWMD, and new lighting along the entire length of the project. In addition, the project will also provide access management and improve traffic operations throughout the corridor.

CLIENT

Florida Department of Transportation (District 6)

LOCATION

Miami, Florida

PROJECT COST

$31.7 Million

Castillo Engineering Team
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Homestead - Completed
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Homestead - Completed
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Homestead - Completed
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Krome - Completed
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PARK & RIDE FACILITY

MIRAMAR BLVD AND HIATUS RD - PARK AND RIDE LOTS (MIDPOINT - UNDEVELOPED PARCELS)

CEI - Construction Engineering Inspection

SCOPE OF WORK

Castillo Engineering provided construction engineering inspection services for the construction of the Miramar Blvd and Hiatus Rd Park & Ride Facility.

The project’s intent is to construct a new park and ride facility for the Broward County Mobility Program. The Scope of this project includes the construction of 488 parking spaces (both bus and vehicle - including ADA compliant parking spaces), surface water management system that include inlets, culverts, dry retention areas, infiltration trench, new pavement markings, new signage, landscaping, irrigation, sod, railing, fencing, new architectural elements (bus shelters) and amenities, and lighting.

This project will also setup the infrastructure for the future electric vehicle and bus charging stations.

This is an off-system project located in the City of Miramar, East of Hiatus Rd between Pembroke Rd, and Miramar Blvd (all of which are County owned and maintained).


 

CLIENT

Florida Department of Transportation (District 4)

LOCATION

Broward, Florida

PROJECT COST

$6.7 Million

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