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2 Table of Contents Extended Letter of Interest Wright Construction Group, Contact: G. Andy Powell, Vice President, 5811 Youngquist Road, Fort Myers, FL Phone: l Section One: Project Experience & Resources Section Two: Design/Build Experience of Contractor And Design Consultant Section Three: Similar Types of Work Experience Section Four: Outline Plan for Completing Work Section Five: Past Performance History Section One Project Experience & Resources INTRODUCTION: The Wright Construction Team understands Highlands County s desire to complete the Sebring Parkway Phase III project utilizing the Design-Build method. Your decision to utilize this method for this project s delivery indicates your desire to create a true Teaming relationship between the Design-Build Team and Highlands County; thereby, receiving the benefits derived from this relationship. For your consideration, The Wright Construction Team brings the most qualified local presence of seasoned professionals assembled to offer your Project the best possible resources available in Southwest Florida. The utilization of the Design-Build method of delivery and the selection of the Wright Construction Team will provide a cooperative environment that ensures the delivery of the highest overall value to the citizens of Highlands County. TEAM QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed General Contractor CGC , FDOT Pre-qualified- Drainage, Flexible Paving, Grading, Intermediate Bridges, Minor Bridges, R&R Minor Bridges, Sewer & Water Treatment Plants, and Sidewalk Florida Professional Engineer License No (Ryan Bell), FDOT Prequalified Project Development and Environmental (PD&E) Studies, Minor Highway Design, Major Highway Design, Traffic Engineering and Operations Studies, Traffic Engineering Stud- ies, Traffic Operations Design, Signing, Pavement Marking and Channelization, Signalization, Survey and Mapping, Control Surveying, Design, Right of Way & Construction Surveying, Right of Way Mapping, Construction Engineering Inspection, Roadway Construction Engineering Inspection, Minor Bridge & Miscellaneous Structures (CEI), Planning, Land Planning/Engineering, and Landscape Architect. SUBCONSULTANTS QUALIFICATIONS The Carol Group Inc. is a women owned business led by Carol Howard. Carol will be providing drainage and permitting assistance on the project. As former Executive Director of the South Florida Water Management District Carol is intimately familiar with the Environmental Resource Permitting (ERP) requirements and time frames. Carol s expertise will be very helpful in streamlining the permitting process. Certified DBE Florida Professional Engineer License No FDOT Prequalified Highway Design, Bridges; Miscellaneous Structures, Minor Bridge Design, Construction Engineering Inspection, Roadway Construction Engineering Inspection, Construction Materials Inspection, Minor Bridge & Miscellaneous Structures, CEI Universal Engineering Sciences (UES) will be providing geotechnical engineering and construction material testing services. FDOT Pre-qualified Soil Exploration, Geotechnical Classification Laboratory Testing, Highways Material Testing, Standard Foundation Studies, Non-Redundant Drilled Shaft Bridge Foundation Studies, Geotechnical Specialty Laboratory Testing, Roadway Construction Engineering Inspection and Construction Materials Inspection. Page 1 of 10

3 Section One Resources Design / Build Services for Sebring Parkway Phase III, RFP G. Andy Powell Project Executive Wright Construction Group, Inc. Total Years of Experience: 38, Years at Wright: 14 Key Projects: Fruitville Road Widening, State Road 80 Utility Replacement, Fort Myers Riverfront Redevelopment Certifications: Florida Certified Underground Utility/Excavation Contractor, Florida Class V Fire Contractor, OSHA Supervisor Trained, Competent Person Trained, 40 Hour HazWopper (Hazard Waste) Trained Robbie Powell Project Manager/Estimator Wright Construction Group, Inc. Total Years of Experience: 14, Years at Wright: 2 Key Projects: Collier Blvd. Widening Collier County, FDOT US 41 (SR 90) Improvements Certifications: (ATSSA) Florida Advanced Maintenance of Traffic Supervisor, (ATSSA) Advanced Work Zone Traffic Control Certified, (FDOT CTQP) Asphalt Paving Level 1 and Level 2, (FDOT CTQP) Quality Control Manager, OSHA 10 Hour Health and Safety Training Andrew Powell Superintendent Wright Construction Group, Inc. Total Years of Experience: 12, Years at Wright: 6 Key Projects: Fruitville Road Widening, State Road 80 Utility Replacement, FDOT US 41 (SR 90) Improvements CTQP (FDOT) Certifications: Earthwork I & II, Asphalt Paving I & II, Advanced MOT, Certified Quality Control Manager, Asphalt Maintenance & Road Repair, Quality Control Manager, FDOT Concrete Field Inspector, FDOT Pile Drive Inspector, Nuclear Density Gauge, Cert. NPDES Stormwater Erosion & Sedimentation Cont. (FDEP),GSSI Ground Penetrating Radar Ryan Bell, P.E. Director of Transportation, Johnson Engineering, Inc. Total Years of Experience: 11, Years at Johnson Engineering: 11 Key Projects: Design Experience BHG/ Treeline Ave, Six Mile Cypress Parkway Widening, Lee/Sunshine Intersection, Del Prado Widening, State Road 31 Widening Florida Professional Engineer, License No , B.S. Civil Engineering, University of Florida, Professional Affiliation American & National Society of Civil Engineers; Florida Engineering Society, Intermediate MOT, Advanced MOT, Asphalt Level I & II, QC Manager Andrew Tilton, P.E. Drainage, Johnson Engineering, Inc. Total Years of Experience: 35, Years at Johnson Engineering: 35 Key Projects: Helms Rd, SR 739 (Michael G. Rippe Pkwy), Piper Road, Ft. Myers Riverfront Redevelopment, Three Oaks Parkway South, SR31 Certifications: Florida Professional Engineer, License No , Andy has tremendous experience in drainage design including water management system design for roadways. Andy is also very familiar with the current water quality and SWFWMD permitting requirements. Laura Herrero Environmental, Johnson Engineering Total Years of Experience: 19, Years at Johnson Engineering: 13 Key Projects: SR31, Six Mile Cypress Parkway, Alico Rd Corridor Study, Livingston Rd Corridor Study, Gladioulus Drive, Goodlette-Frank Rd Certifications: Certified Ecologist, MSHA New Miner Certification ( ), FDEP Training on Numeric Nutrient Criteria Implementation, Rapid Periphyton Survey (RPS) and Linear Vegetation Survey (LVS) Methodologies, Stream Condition Index and Habitat Assessment Training, FDEP, Charlotte Harbor Watershed Summit, Red Cockaded Woodpecker (RCW) Biology and Management in the Picayune Strand State Forest, Cooperative Conservation Blueprint (CCB), ACOE Compensatory Mitigation Rule & Regulatory Program Update, Freshwater Biomonitoring Using Benthic Macroinvertebrates, Macroinvertebrate sampling techniques and identification. Page 2 of 10

4 Section Two Design/Build Experience Fort Myers Riverfront Redevelopment Design/Build Construction Cost: $5,275, Start Date: March 2012 Completion: Nov Client Reference: City of Fort Myers, Saeed Kazemi, P.E Second St. Fort Myers, FL Engineer: Johnson Engineering, Ryan Bell, , High Spans Eng. Project Description: This project included: Permitting, construction of water quality enhancements, pedestrian and vehicular bridges, marine construction, utility coordination and improvements, streetscape improvements, landscaping, and other work associated with a Riverfront Development Project. I-75 Rest Area Improvements, Alligator Alley, MM63 Design/Build Construction Cost: $8,819, Start Date: Dec Est. Completion: August 2014 Client Reference: FDOT, District One, Mary Wiley, 2981 N.E. Pine Island Rd. Cape Coral, FL 33902, Project Description: Wright Construction will be performing Design-Build improvements under this contract consisting of addition of two recreational parking areas, new safety facility for Collier county, demolition and reconstruction of the existing rest area building, a modified water treatment plant and associated roadwork to accommodate the new facilities. Melbourne Street Bridge Replacement Design/Build Construction Cost: $1,696, Start Date: October 2011 Completion: April 2012 Client Reference: BOCC Charlotte County, Barry Cohen, Murdock Circle, Ste. 344, Port Charlotte, FL 33948, ,1378 Project Description: Brick Replacement and roadway improvements consisting of concrete curb and gutter, 5 concrete sidewalk, 8 concrete shared use path, drainage improvement, gravity walls, milling and resurfacing, conduits & lighting. Rock Ridge Road Bridge Replacement Design/Build Construction Cost: $910, Start Date: April 2013 Est. Completion: August 2014 Client Reference: FDOT, District One, Kirby Radford, 2740 State Road 60 West, Bartow, FL Project Description: Wright Construction will be performing Design-Build improvements under this contract consisting of the removal and replacement of the existing bridge on Rock Ridge Road and all associated maintenance of traffic, roadway improvements and pavement marking. Mooringline Drive Bridge Rehabilitation Design/Build Construction Cost: $729, Start Date: July 2010 Completion: March 2011 Client Reference: FDOT District One, Gerald Byrne, 801 N. Broadway Ave. Bartow, FL Project Description: The project included the replacement of the non-standard traffic barriers, approach slabs, deck expansion joints, and asphalt wearing surface. Page 3 of 10

5 Section Two Design/Build Experience Anna Maria Bridge Repairs and Renovations Design/Build Construction Cost: $410, Start Date: October 2010 Completion: April 2010 Client Reference: FDOT District One, Lance Grace, P.E., st St. Sarasota, FL Project Description: This bridge rehabilitation project included beam patching repairs, deck replacement, expansion joint replacement, pile jacketing, concrete patching repairs on substructures, rip rap replacement, approach slab replacement, MOT, and pile repairs using cathodic protection. Matanzas Pass Bridge Improvements Design/Build Construction Cost: $400, Start Date: January 2011 Completion: Oct Client Reference: FDOT District One, Eunice Usher, P.E NE Pine Island Rd. Fort Myers, FL 33909, Phone: Project Description: Design//Build project that included the rehabilitation of the bridge in Fort Myers Beach, Florida. The project included concrete patching repairs, deck expansion joint replacement, installation of a bicycle bullet rail, rehabilitation of the navigational lights, painting of the bridge fascia, and the installation of ADA sidewalk ramps. FDOT C.R. 832 (Keri Road) Design/Build Construction Cost: $800, Completion: Client Reference: FDOT Ft. Myers Operation Center, Mary Zembo-Wiley, CCEI Project Manager, 2981 N.E. Pine Island Road, MS 1-88, Cape Coral, FL 33909, Project Description: This was Design-Build project administered by FDOT. Johnson Engineering was responsible for the CEI on 13 miles of milling, resurfacing, shoulder construction and isolated base reconstruction of this two lane rural roadway in central Hendry County. Bermont Road Improvements (Bridge #010010) Design/Build Construction Cost: $150, Completion: 2011 Client Reference: Ms. Joanne Vernon, P.E. Charlotte County Community Development, Stormwater Manager, 410 Taylor Street, Unit 104, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, Project Description: This was a fast-track, Design-Build with survey, design and permitting for Charlotte County. Improvements for a 15+ mile section of Bermont Road from U.S. 17 to S.R. 31 included bridge replacement, shoulder additions, drainage improvements, asphalt resurfacing and other minor enhancements along the roadway. Charlotte County Elkcam Bridges Replacement Design/Build Construction Cost: $80, Completion: 2012 Client Reference: Charlotte County, Charles Koons, P.E., Project Engineer, 410 Taylor Street, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, Suite 104, Project Description: This Charlotte County design-build project consisted of designing, removing, and replacing two bridges across the Elkcam Waterway at the North and South U.S. 41 Access Roads. Page 4 of 10

6 Section Three Similar Types of Work Experience State Road 80 Utility Replacement Project Construction Cost: $14,266, Start Date: September 2006 Completed: May 2008 Client Reference: City of Fort Myers, Saeed Kazemi, P.E., nd St. Fort Myers, FL Project Description: Complete reconstruction of SR 80 including clearing, demolition, utility replacements, roadway, curb, drainage, utility coordination, signalization, major MOT, landscaping, street lighting, bypass pumping, and grading. FDOT US 41 (SR 90) Roadway Improvements Construction Cost: $10,552, Start Date: September 2012 Est. Completion: March 2014 Client Reference: FDOT, District One, Chris Molitor, 2981 N.E. Pine Island Rd, Cape Coral, FL Engineer: Faller, Davis & Associates, Inc. Michael Oates, P.E., Project Description: Wright Construction is providing roadway construction services for FDOT. The project begins at SR 29 and runs 32 miles east to the Dade County line. This project requires the placement of approximately 28,000 tons of Superpave asphalt and 8,500 tons of friction course pavement and the modification of 41 separate bridges. Fruitville Road Widening Construction Cost: $8,557, Start Date: September 2009 Completion: Feb Client Reference: Sarasota County, Thai Tran, P.E., 1001 Sarasota Center Blvd. Sarasota, FL Engineer: Wilbur Smith Association, Christopher Pecor, P.E., Project Description: Widening of a two-lane road segment to four divided lanes from Coburn to Tatum Road. It included: drainage, four foot wide bicycle lanes, street lighting and signalization, 10 wide concrete and permeable paver sidewalks on both sides of Fruitville Road. Collier Blvd Widening Immokalee Road to Golden Gate Blvd (Individual Experience of Project Manager & Johnson Engineering Experience) Construction Cost: $8,500, Start Date: Nov Completion: March 2008 Client Reference: Collier County, Growth Management Dept. Steve Ritter, 2885 Horseshoe Dr., Naples, FL 34104, Engineer: Johnson Engineering, Ryan Bell, Project Description: Reconstruction and widening of 3 ½ miles of roadway in Collier County included: maintenance of traffic, removal of the existing roadway, new drainage, roadway reconstruction, new lights and signalization, asphalt paving and minor bridge widening. SR 739 (US 41 Business ) Improvements Construction Cost: $8,488, Start Date: Nov Est. Completion: March 2015 Client Reference: FDOT, District One, Mary Wiley, 2981 N.E. Pine Island Rd, Cape Coral, FL Project Description: Wright Construction will be performing improvements under this contract consisting of adding lanes and rehabilitating pavement including milling and resurfacing, widening, removal of a bridge, improving drainage, lighting, signalization, providing intelligent transportation system components and signing and pavement marking on SR 739. Page 5 of 10

7 Section Three Similar Types of Work Experience FDOT S.R. 739 (Michael G. Pippe Parkway) Construction Cost: $4,500, Completion: 2009 Client Reference: GEC Consultant to FDOT, David Long, P.E., PBS &J, 600 N. Broadway Ave. Suite 310, Bartow, FL 33830, Project Description: This project included design and permitting of approximately three miles of new roadway in Lee County. The roadway consisted of a new six lane suburban section roadway extending from Six Mile Cypress Parkway to the intersection of Alico Road and U.S. 41. Johnson Engineering performed the survey, roadway design, signing and marking, traffic control, drainage, environmental, permitting and utility coordination for the project. Charlotte County Piper Road Construction Cost: $2,400, Completion: 2009 Client Reference: Charlotte County Public Works, Brian Barnes, P.E., 7000 Florida Street, Punta Gorda, Fl 33950, Project Description: Johnson Engineering performed the route study and design for this new roadway in Charlotte County. The roadway was approximately four miles of new four lane urban roadway. Johnson Engineering performed all the survey, ROW mapping, roadway design, signing and marking, drainage, environmental, permitting and utility coordination. City of Cape Coral Del Prado Parkway Construction Cost: $1,800, Completion: 2008 Client Reference: City of Cape Coral Public Works, Christopher Camp, P.E., 1015 Cultural Park Boulevard, Cape Coral, FL 33990, Project Description: Johnson Engineering provided design services for this four to six lane reconstruction project for the City of Cape Coral in Lee County. This roadway project was approximately two miles long, extending from S.R. 78 (Pine Island Road) to Kismet Parkway. Johnson Engineering performed the survey, ROW mapping, roadway design, signing and marking, traffic control, drainage, environmental, permitting and landscape architecture for the project. Three Oaks Parkway South (Now Imperial Parkway) Construction Cost: $1,800, Completion: 2008 Client Reference: Lee County DOT, Randy Cerchie, 1500 Monroe Street, Fort Myers, FL Project Description: Johnson Engineering performed the route study, design and CEI for this new four mile roadway within the City of Bonita Springs in Lee County. The roadway consisted of a four lane urban section, designed for an ultimate six lanes, with closed drainage. Johnson Engineering performed all the survey, right of way (ROW) mapping, roadway design, signing and marking, drainage, environmental, permitting and utility coordination. Hendry County Helms Road Construction Cost: $1,600, Completion: 2011 (In Progress) Client Reference: Hendry County, Shane Parker, P.E., Hendry County Public Works Director, 99 East Cowboy Way, LaBelle, FL 33975, Project Description: Johnson Engineering was responsible for the design of approximately three miles of new four-lane roadway in Hendry County including all associated drainage, permitting, signalization and signing and marking. Passing through existing citrus groves an elaborate drainage cure plan was needed to ensure proper drainage and irrigation function of the groves during and after construction. Page 6 of 10

8 Section Four Outline Plan for Completing Work A. Outline Plan for Completing the Work 1. Pre-Design Evaluation Site conditions Geotechnical investigation & preliminary report Design survey and mapping Hydraulic evaluation/analysis Establish all permit requirements Storm Water & Surface Water Possible Mitigation of Environmental Impacts Protected Species Archaeological & Historical Features Contamination PD&E Other Utility Coordination Electric Water Sewer Telephone Cable Television Gas Others South Florida State College Coordination 2. Design Development Prepare permit applications for County review Incorporate County comments Submit permit applications Determine disposition of utilities 90% plans Final geotechnical report Roadway/drainage design documentation Project specifications Independent peer reviewer s comments and comment responses Submit documents for review and comment Public involvement Incorporate County review comments 100% plans Final documentation Final specifications package Independent peer review final letter Submit documents for review Submit For Construction Plans Receive Released for Construction Plans 3. Construction Services: Public information Quality Control Plan implementation Safety Plan implementation Hurricane Plan implementation Mobilization Erosion control (Best Management Practices) Maintenance of traffic Coordinate utility relocations as needed Construct embankment Construct drainage and road base Structural asphalt Intersection Improvements Sod/rip rap/etc. as required Friction course Pavement markings and signage 4. Project Closeout: Record drawings Other final documentation as required B. Outline Plan for Completing the Work The scope of this project is to design and construct a two-lane roadway along the east side of the right of way and an eight foot asphalt pathway on the west side of the roadway. Adjoining side streets will be reconstructed as needed to provide for proper access to the new roadway construction. Although the construction aspect of the project will result in a functional interim two lane roadway, the design will include the future two lanes which will be rough graded and sodded as required in the RFP documents. The construction of this phase of Sebring Parkway will provide a more direct north south access from Sebring to the Avon Park area. Sebring Parkway Phase III will help relieve congestion on US27 and provide for improved access to existing streets such as Scenic Highway and Memorial Drive. Our understanding of the project is summarized below along with our proposed design and construction approach: Design Approach We intend on fast-tracking the design and permitting for this project so that we can move to the construction phase as soon as possible. By maximizing the use of the existing information, digital files, and work performed to date, we can create great efficiency during the design phase. The roadway design is fairly straight forward since much of the alignment, access points, and typical section is already determined and the right of way is in hand. We believe the critical path lies not in the design or plan production but in the permitting. Our initial focus will be on the water management and environmental impact issues evaluated under the Environmental Resource Permit required of the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD). We have visited the site and reviewed the SWFWMD Preapplication meeting minutes from the county s meeting earlier this year. We understand the issues and have successfully dealt with these on recent projects. Our goal is to quickly develop a water management design and permitting strategy and meet with the SWFWMD again to review and confirm our approach. Obtaining initial buy in on our specific methodology from the District will help expedite the overall process. In addition to the water quality and quantity issues we will also need to quickly evaluate and address the environmental concerns. Most of the Page 7 of 10

9 Section Four Outline Plan for Completing Work project passes through upland citrus groves however there are some areas, particularly in the low lying areas adjacent to Little Redwater Lake where there may be jurisdictional wetland impacts. We will verify and quantify these impacts up front so that we may develop a cost effective mitigation strategy. We also understand there has been a recent relocation of gopher tortoises on site. With this particular habitat however it is very likely that more gopher tortoises have moved in and additional relocations will be necessary. The design efforts for this project will be performed from Johnson Engineering s Sebring office. In addition to the key staff members shown we also have additional resources and personnel including transportation engineers, designers and technicians as well as ecologists and drainage engineers that may be called upon to expedite the design, plan production and permitting to meet the County s expectations. Construction Approach Roadway Approaches The construction of this roadway will require the balancing of existing material with imported material. The existing material has a very high percolation rates which will be extremely valuable for the final drainage design. This material will be tested and assessed, so as to limit the amount of imported structural fill needed for the construction of the roadway stability and support. The roadway base will be built using the FDOT design standard optional Base Group 9 material. With the optional base group design standards available for this project, it will give us a greater opportunity to provide the most economical way to build the road base for the project. We will be able to evaluate the cost effectiveness and constructability of using base products such as Limerock from the Moore Haven area, Bank Run Shell from the north Charlotte County area, Cemented Coquina Base from the Okeechobee area and Asphalt Base from the Highlands County area. The roadway base will be paved with super pave asphaltic concrete. The asphalt thickness will be a three inch finished layer, made up of SP 12.5 TLC and SP 9.5 TLC. Both products are readily available from manufacturers such as APAC Southeast and Better Roads Inc. The alternative proposal for this project whereby Highlands County provides the necessary super pave mix is always an option as well. All of this roadway work will be provided by a team of personnel each having more than 12 years of experience specifically in roadway construction and design. With that experience comes not only the knowledge of construction, but of safety in the work place and proper maintenance of traffic in all roadway situations. Maintenance of Traffic The traffic control plan for the construction of Sebring Parkway Phase III will address several aspects that are inherent in any roadway project. The first order of business will be to establish proper advanced warning signs in all roadway areas that encroach into the construction area. An area of high notification will be on Sebring Parkway south of the 90 degree bend. This area will experience an increased volume of truck traffic due to material deliveries. The public will be provided notices and reminders of truck traffic to provide the safest possible scenario for the traveling public. A secondary area of high traffic volume and increased truck traffic will be at the intersection of Memorial Drive and Sebring Parkway / College Drive. As construction traffic increases to this area, awareness and public information will need to be provided for the traveling public and specifically for the students and faculty of South Florida State College. All areas of interest will be provided advanced warning devices per FDOT design standards 600. As the project comes to completion it is inevitable that the traveling public will try to use the access before it has been properly completed and is deemed safe for the public. In this instance temporary barricades will be used to delineate the closure area of the new roadway and temporary barriers may be necessary to discourage the ability of public use prior to opening. All of these precautions will be performed under the supervision of the project. Traffic Control Supervisor and in close conjunction with Highland County officials who will be able to provide us valuable information of ongoing public issues. Intersection Approach In the construction of Sebring Parkway Phase III the RFP requires a signalized intersection at Sebring Parkway s 90 degree bend and Scenic Highway. In any new signalized intersection construction it is crucial that the traveling public be given plenty of time to adapt to the new signal. This avoids unnecessary safety risk to motorist and provides the traveling public time to adapt. During the construction of the intersection great emphasis will be taken on the identification of the utilities in the area. The design speed for both areas of signalized intersections is 50 MPH. This speed will require the signal to be place 18 feet off the edge of pavement for proper clearance. The drill shaft size for the signal needed to reach through the intersection area will likely be at a depth of 20 to 25 feet. In order to make sure there are absolutely no conflicts with the signalization installation the pre-planning of utility coordination and relocation will be critical. The Intersection construction at the tie-in of Memorial Drive and Sebring Parkway Phase III / College Drive will be unique to this area in using a roundabout method to move traffic. This method of intersection safety and mobility will allow for less traffic build up and increase awareness of the pedestrians and motorist in the area. The speed design for this area will be limited to 25 mph which will allow for greater ability to adjust the size and layout of the roundabout if potential conflicts existing in this area. Utility Coordination Utility coordination will be an integral part of the construction of this project. This is an area of construction that is most effectively managed when the planning during the preconstruction phase is coordinated closely between the contractor and the owner of the utility. During the construction portion of the utility coordination it is key to have on-site personnel that understands the need for advanced planning in order to avoid delay to the construction process. Highlands County Coordination We understand that Highlands County is the owner of the roadway and associated right of way and we intend to provide a design that meets the specific requirements of the County and the Florida Department of Transportation. We will conduct a meeting with the Public Works Department officials early on in the design phase to solicit feedback on the design of the new roadway. Page 8 of 10

10 Section Five: Past Performance History FDOT PAST PERFORMANCE SCORES: High Score Average Score Wright Construction Group, Inc Johnson Engineering, Inc Client Referrals City of Fort Myers, State Road 80 Saeed Kazemi, Director of Public Works 2200 Second Street, Fort Myers, FL AWARDS Fort Myers Riverfront Redevelopment 2013 American Public Works Association National Project of the Year Award 2013 Builders Industry Association, Summit Award for Heavy Infrastructure 2013 Associated Builders & Contractor, Excellence in Construction Eagle Award Melbourne Street Bridge Replacement Design-Build Charlotte County Community Development, Melbourne St. Bridge Charles Koons, Project Engineer DESIGN-BUILD 410 Taylor Street, Unit 104 Punta Gorda, FL American Public Works Association Regional Project of the Year Award 2013 Builders Industry Association, Summit Award for Heavy Infrastructure 2013 Associated Builders & Contractor, Excellence in Construction Eagle Award Page 9 of 10

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