Survey Projects

SR 15 (US 441) from East of Bridge 920018 to North of Post Office Rd and SR 471 from S of Unnamed Canal to S of Little Withlacoochee River, FDOT District 5

sr15.523.900
Lochrane is providing SUE services as a subconsultant on this bundled project. The first project is a milling and resurfacing project located in Osceola County on SR 15. The scope also includes providing a northbound left turn lane onto Canoe Creek Road (CR 523) from SR 15 (US 441) by right side widening. The second project is another milling and resurfacing project located in Sumter County on SR 471 and is a 2-Lane undivided rural highway with paved shoulders.

SR 25 (US 27) from CR 561 to North of O'Brien Rd, FDOT District 5

sr25.cr561.900
Lochrane will provide survey and SUE services as a subconsultant on this project. This is for the mill and resurface of SR 25/US 27 including cross slope correction. The scope also includes striping, guardrail upgrades, minor drainage, minor signalization and survey.

Districtwide Consultant Engineering Service Structures Design, FDOT District 5

Lochrane is part of the winning team for this Structures Design contract in FDOT District 5. Lochrane will provide surveying and SUE services on task assignments under this contract. This contract will provide engineering services to assist the District Structures Design Office.

 

Statewide Topographic Mapping Support, FDOT Central Office

Lochrane will be providing surveying support on this statewide topographic mapping contract that includes supporting state emergency management. This mapping effort is vital to the planning, analysis, and assessment of transportation infrastructure and natural features throughout the state of Florida by the Department, state agencies, federal government, and the public. The team will provide all necessary professional surveying & mapping services to support statewide topographic mapping projects, including time critical pre and post disaster emergency mapping. Most of these services will utilize mobile surveying and mapping technologies. The goal of utilizing mobile survey technology is to increase safety and cost benefit to projects through efficient collection and enhanced topographic information. It is further desired that mobile survey data will offer other value added data to GIS, maintenance, and preliminary engineering.

 

Page 1 of 11