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MIAMI INTERMODAL CENTER

MIAMI INTERMODAL CENTER

This project consisted of the improvements of roadway reconstruction of NW 21st Street from East of NW 42nd Avenue to NW 37th Avenue.  Scope included stormwater drainage installation, requiring tie-in to an existing 60” RCP outfall by introducing a 20TN Box Culvert Control Structure. Installation of this new drainage system required MCM to work around numerous existing utilities and adjust water & gas valve elevations due to roadway grade changes. Additionally, drainage & lighting conduit crossings on the local roadways required MCM to relocate existing utilities that conflicted with roadway reconstruction. One of the most intricate and difficult tasks of the project was installing a new 42” drainage pipe above an active existing FPL duct bank, below an existing 3” gas line with an existing 6” clay sewer line and 6” water main along both sides of the new drainage pipe. MCM was able to complete the installation of all underground work without disruption to active utilities, completing the project 30 days ahead of the contractual date of substantial completion.

OWNER

Florida Department of Transportation - District 6

DESIGN TEAM

Keith & Schnars

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