Orlando, FL

Seidel Road: Segment 2

Road Design and Utility Relocation

Civil Engineering conceptual and final design and permitting for 7,399 linear feet of 4 lane divided roadway in west Orange County, including community stakeholder outreach and coordination, cost estimating, bid and award coordination, and construction administration.

About the project

The Project Included roadway design, primary and secondary drainage design and utility relocates for a 16” watermain, a 12” forcemain and an 8” reclaimed watermain. The project included wetland permitting and coordination with the Geotechnical Engineer for crossing three deep muck areas. Utility infrastructure plans within the roadway alignment were permitted separately and construction of the ongoing utility improvements is being coordinated with the roadway construction. The utility improvements consisted of an 18” Gravity sewer and manholes, 16” watermain, a 12” reclaimed watermain and an 8” forcemain. Coordinated all specialty sub-consultants including landscape architect, survey and right-of-way, geotechnical, traffic and environmental. Permitting was through Orange County Public Works, Orange County Utilities Orange County Environmental Protection, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and South Florida Water Management District.