Central Florida Parkway Area Roadway Improvements

Longwood, FL
CPWG Designed Central Florida Parkway Area Roadway Improvements

CPWG designed pavement rehabilitation improvements to the Central Florida Parkway area.

CPWG Designed Central Florida Parkway Area Roadway Improvements

CPWG Engineers Design Included:

  • Heavy Freight Roadway Design
  • Improved Drainage
  • Additional Sidewalks
  • Landscaped Medians
CPWG Designed Central Florida Parkway Area Roadway Improvements

CPWG Construction Drawings Included:

  • Aerial View
  • Roadway Profiles
  • Cross Sections
  • Maintenance of Traffic
  • Standard drawings and details
CPWG Designed Central Florida Parkway Area Roadway Improvements

CPWG Aided Cooperation Between Stakeholders

  • Attended Multiple Meetings with City Staff
  • Promptly Answered the Client’s RAI
  • Attended Public Awareness Meetings
  • Prepared Public Awareness Materials

Central Florida Parkway Area Roadway Improvements

Longwood, FL

CPWG was contracted by the City of Longwood to provide design services for the Central Florida Parkway area pavement rehabilitation project.  The City asked to repave an existing roadway to FDOT structural standards because of the large number of trucks that use these roadways. Stormwater piping was added to connect to the regional stormwater pond designed by others. The goal of the project was to provide a mill and surface design that would accommodate the heavy freight traffic in the area, while also incorporating improved drainage, additional sidewalks and landscaped medians. CPWG project responsibilities were design and permitting.

CPWG Roadway Design professionals began by reviewing past data and historical problems collected by City of Longwood staff. The goal was to identify critical characteristics throughout the existing system.  Our team coordinated with the various utility entities in order to verify/confirm the existence of underground utilities in the vicinity of the proposed improvements.

The CPWG Roadway Design Team prepared construction plans necessary for construction. All calculations, design parameters, and construction plans were submitted in English Standard Units. Submittals were made at the 60%, 90%, and 100% levels of completion, with two sets of plans provided at each level of completion. One electronic set was provided at the final level of completion. The construction drawings for the proposed roadway paving included the following:

  • Title Sheet
  • Aerial
  • General Notes
  • Roadway Profiles
  • Cross Sections
  • Maintenance of Traffic
  • Standard drawings and details

CPWG Planners prepared probable construction costs for the project. The delivered statements of probable construction costs and detailed cost estimates represented the team’s best judgment as design professionals familiar with the construction industry. It was recognized, however, that our team had no control over the cost of labor, materials, or equipment; the contractor’s methods of determining bid prices; or competitive bidding or market conditions. This allowed for any potential error between projected and actual costs.

CPWG Environmental Specialists prepared an Environmental Resource Permitting (ERP) stormwater permit as required for construction. To assist the approval process CPWG attended a pre-application conference with representatives from St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD).

To promote ongoing cooperation between stakeholders, CPWG representatives attended multiple meetings with City staff to review permit submittals, plan sets and discuss other issues. They were also available to answer the Client’s Request for Additional Information (RAI). To assist the Client’s public awareness campaign, CPWG prepared presentation materials and sent representatives to answer questions in a public meeting.

SKILLS

Coordinate Public Involvement

Design: Roadway

Design: Stormwater Management System

Permitting: Drainage

Permitting: Roadway Access

Value Engineering

CPWG Designed Central Florida Roadway Improvements