Seven Florida roadway projects receive awards from American Council of Engineering Companies of Florida

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The American Council of Engineering Companies of Florida (ACEC-FL) recently awarded seven Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) projects Outstanding Project Awards.

Recipients are I-95 Interchange at Ellis Road/ St. Johns Heritage Parkway, Outstanding Major Project; Crosstown Parkway Extension, Outstanding Design Build; SR 542 from 1st Street to Buckeye Loop Road, Outstanding Roadway Project; Howell Drive/ Ribault River Bridge No. 724147, Outstanding Bridge Project; Tampa Interstate Study Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, Outstanding PD&E/Planning Project; SR A1A at Fort George Inlet Park, Outstanding Environmental Project; and Lake-Wekiva Trail AMG Project, Outstanding Special Project.

“Despite the past year’s challenges, FDOT has continued to deliver significant roadway options and solutions to Florida motorists and taxpayers through collaborative innovations,” Kevin J. Thibault, FDOT transportation secretary, said. “When we leverage partnerships and expand options for Floridians, we improve the quality of life for the community. I applaud our teams for these distinctive awards as they are a direct reflection of FDOT’s commitment to providing safe and reliable infrastructure for Floridians for years to come.”

ACEC-FL is an affiliate of the Florida Engineering Society’s Professional Engineers in Private Practice. The annual awards recognize outstanding achievements by its member firms in Florida transportation projects.

Awards will be presented during the Florida Engineering Society’s annual conference in August.