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Alafaya presentation 3 3-11

  1. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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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