New Projects

MDC West Prop. Driveway

Miami Dade College  West Campus  Traffic Study

Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise (FTE) is planning on constructing a NB on-ramp flyover to the HEFT from NW 117 Ave over NW 41 St.  MDC is considering adding a driveway connection to NW 117 Ave. This study analyzes the traffic entering and exiting MDC, as well as the surrounding streets.  This study also identified recommendations for the design of the proposed driveway connection and improvements to the local roadway network.

Quail Roost Dr

SR 994 / Quail Roost Dr / SW 186 Street
East of the HEFT to SR 5 / US 1 / South Dixie Hwy

This 1.0 mile of 4 lane divided with dual left turn lane RRR and safety improvement design project is located along Quail Roost Dr. / SR 994 / SW 186 Street.  CWI is the prime design firm for this FDOT District 6 project.

SR94 Kendall Drive Map

SR 94 / Kendall Drive / SW 88 Street
SW 150 Ave to SW 132 Ave

This 2.1 miles of 6 and 8 lane divided RRR and safety improvement design project is located along Kendall Drive / SR 94 / SW 88 Street.  CWI is the prime design firm for this FDOT District 6 project.

Vero Beach

SR A1A
Vero Beach

This RRR design project is located along the east coast of Florida from Tides Road to Coco Plum Lane.  CWI is the prime design firm for this FDOT District 4 project.

West Ave

West Avenue

Miami Beach

This Design/Build project by the Ric-Man / CES team will reconstruct West Ave from 8th St. to 17th St., in accordance with the City of Miami Beach Resiliency Program.  Included in this project are roadway reconstruction, new drainage and pump station, new bay walk, pedestrian bridge landing for Dade Canal, new watermains, sanitary laterals, signals and lighting.  CWI is providing signing and marking, signal, lighting, and traffic control design services as well as assistance with City of Miami Beach, Miami-Dade County and FDOT permits.

ProgBookBldg702

MIA Miami International Airport

Program Book - Bldg. 702

This planning project will develop a program book to reconfigure the "belly cargo" building 702 into a freight cargo building (plane parking).  Option 1 will plan for Group IV (767 planes).  Option 2 will plan for Group VI (747-8) planes.  An additional 33,000 sf of cargo building with roof parking will be added to the north side of Bldg 702. This project also includes demolition of the north portion of Bldg 704 for taxilane access to Bldg 702, relocation of the chiller plant for Bldg's 700, 701, and 702, and the relocation of a fuel tending facility.

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