TALLAHASSEE – Seven Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) projects were selected for Outstanding Project Awards at the 2023 American Council of Engineering Companies of Florida (ACEC Florida) Transportation Conference held from May 31 – June 1, 2023, in Orlando, FL. Annually, the ACEC Florida recognizes the outstanding achievements of its members in carrying out Florida transportation studies and projects.
“Congratulations to Florida engineering firms and Florida Department of Transportation Districts for their outstanding achievement in the design and construction of Florida roads, bridges, intersections, expressways and highways,” said Allen Douglas, Executive Director, American Council of Engineering Companies of Florida. “Your innovation in transportation excellence will help ensure residents and visitors can safely travel to their destination.”
FDOT Secretary Jared W. Perdue, P.E. added: “This diverse selection of projects recognized by the ACEC-FL showcases the multitude of ways FDOT is meeting the needs of the communities we serve. The Department is honored to receive these recognitions from the ACEC-FL. The project teams selected are more than deserving of these accolades, and FDOT will continue to deliver high quality results for the people of Florida.”
ACEC Florida Outstanding Project Award winners include:
Outstanding Major Project:
Wekiva Parkway Section 6
I-4 Ultimate Improvement Project
Outstanding Roadway Project:
SR 390 from Baldwin Road to Jenks Avenue Capacity Project
Outstanding Bridge Project:
SR 15 (US 17) 4-Laning over Dunns Creek
Outstanding PD&E/Planning Project:
Venetian Causeway Bridges PD&E Study
Outstanding Environmental Project - (2)
SR 4 Bridge Replacement over Blackwater River
Outstanding Special Project:
West Cervantes Street Pedestrian Safety Improvements
Nominations were submitted from projects in FDOT’s seven districts, Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise and the Central Office. The awards committee is comprised of ACEC Florida and FDOT representatives.
ABOUT ACEC-FL: The American Council of Engineering Companies of Florida is the voice of engineering in the Sunshine State. ACEC Florida brings together more than 300 leading engineering companies, representing more than 20,000 employees, who are working to bring the extraordinary to the everyday lives of Floridians. Visit us at www.acecfl.org.
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