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  • 1. Alafaya Trail Project UpdateAvalon Park Boulevard to Mark Twain Boulevard Mark Twain Boulevard Avalon Park Boulevard & Innovation Way Alafaya Trail 3.8 Miles Jennifer Thompson, District 4 Commissioner Stone Lakes Elementary School March 3, 2011
  • 2. Alafaya Trail Project Update Avalon Park Boulevard to Mark Twain Boulevard Project Mark Twain Boulevard History Procurement and Avalon Park Boulevard & Innovation Way Construction Alafaya Trail What to 3.8 Miles Expect
  • 3. Alafaya Trail Project Update Avalon Park Boulevard to Mark Twain Boulevard Project Mark Twain Boulevard History Procurement and Avalon Park Boulevard & Innovation Way Construction Alafaya Trail What to 3.8 Miles Expect
  • 4. Project HistoryPlanning, Design & Right-of-Way Identified in Comprehensive Plan Public/Private Partnership Agreement Approved by BCC – Avalon & Associates: Design – Morgran: Up-Fronted Cash & Ponds Construction Plans Finalized 2009 Right-of-Way Acquisition Completed August 2010
  • 5. Project HistoryDesign Elements 10 Stormwater Ponds 4 Travel Lanes Raised Grass Median 12,000 Feet of Retaining Wall Utility Work – Wastewater, Reuse, Water Mains (Pipe Size Varies from 24” to 36”)
  • 6. Project HistoryDesign Elements 3 Signalized Intersections (One New) No Landscaping or Lighting Due to Budgetary Constraints New Existing Signal Signal Stoneybrook Bv. Upgrade Golfway Bv. Existing Signal Upgrade Innovation Way
  • 7. Alafaya Trail Project Update Avalon Park Boulevard to Mark Twain Boulevard Project Mark Twain Boulevard History Procurement and Avalon Park Boulevard & Innovation Way Construction Alafaya Trail What to 3.8 Miles Expect
  • 8. Procurement and ConstructionConstruction Bid Recommendation Approved – January 25, 2011 Contract Executed – February 11, 2011 Pre-Construction Conference – February 23, 2011 Notice to Begin – Effective March 21, 2011
  • 9. Procurement and ConstructionConstruction Construction Duration 2-1/2 Years (September 2013) County’s $19.6 Million Roadway Estimate: $11.1 Million Utilities $30.7 Million Total
  • 10. Procurement and ConstructionConstruction Bids: Company Estimated Bid Amount Jr. Davis $30,203,373 Halifax $31,042,574 Prince $33,359,946 Ranger $34,610,030 County’s $30,700,000 Estimate
  • 11. Alafaya Trail Project Update Avalon Park Boulevard to Mark Twain Boulevard Project Mark Twain Boulevard History Procurement and Avalon Park Boulevard & Innovation Way Construction Alafaya Trail What to 3.8 Miles Expect
  • 12. What to ExpectConstruction Phases During the First 7-8 Months: – Installation of Water Main, Force Main & Reuse Main – Clearing and Stormwater Pond Excavation – Temporary Lanes Constructed on the North Side for Utility Work & Stormwater Piping• During the Next 6-7 Months – Southbound Travel Lanes Begin Construction – Two-way Traffic Moves from Temporary Lanes to Southbound Lanes When Complete
  • 13. What to ExpectConstruction Phases During the Next 5-6 Months: – Remaining Stormwater Piping Installed – Northbound Travel Lanes Begin Construction• During the Final Phase – Structural Asphalt, Friction Course & Temporary/Final Pavement Markings Installed
  • 14. What to ExpectConstruction Zones Lots of Construction Barrels and Traffic Barriers Expect Crews Working Along Entire Project Limits Reduced Speed Limits & Other Temporary Signage Travel Lane Shifts, Uneven Pavement, Temporary Pavement Markings & Reflectors Construction Vehicles Entering/Leaving Zone Side Street Visibility New Traffic Signal and Signal Upgrades
  • 15. What to ExpectConstruction Zones Orange County Highway Construction Administers Construction Contract Orange County Will Have On-Site Roadway Inspector During Construction Orange County Inspector Communicates Issues and Solutions Between Highway Construction Division, the Contractor & the Traveling Public Normal Hours of Construction: 7:00am to 6:00pm
  • 16. ContactsOrange County Highway Construction William Totten Senior Engineering Inspector 407-836-7911 321-354-7330 Steven Stokes Engineering Inspector 321-354-7395

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