CURRENT MUNICIPAL PROJECTS

Collins Road Improvements (Design-Build) Construction

Engineering & Inspection

Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA)

Gibbs Group has been selected as a sub consultant to provide

construction oversight for this Mobility Works Project.  Tes project

is designed to reconstruct Collins Road between Old Middleburg

Road and Rampart Road making it four lanes with medians, bike

lanes, curb and gutter, closed drainage system and sidewalks.  

The project was revised by City Council action in May 2015 to

extend the project from Old Middleburg Road to Rampart Road.

Currently procuring construction services for Shindler to Rampart

and Shindler to Old Middleburg. The project is expected to be

completed in late 2020.

 

JTA's Regional Transportation Center - JRTC 

Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA)

Gibbs Group has been contracted to provide Temporary Traffic

Control Plans (TTC) to Balfour Beatty (Construction Manager at Risk).  

JTA’s vision of a regional multi-modal hub is coming to a reality

with the Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center (JRTC). 

The JRTC will be a multi-modal hub, located in the heart of

Downtown LaVilla area that will integrate key local, regional and

intercity service in one location.  The Intercity Bus Terminal

(which would house Greyhound buses) would be approximately

8,000sf, the Bus Transfer Facility would consist of 13 bus bays

and the Administration area would have approximately 35,000sf

of interior space.

SR 200/I-95 Diverging Diamond Interchange Project

Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)

Gibbs Group is currently providing consulting services on this 

multi-year project. This project consists of widening the roadway

from 4 lanes to 6 lanes with raised medians, curb & gutter, sidewalks

and bicycle lanes (2 miles). This project will also include the addition

of a new Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI)* under I-95 at A1A

Exit 373 (to Callahan/Yulee/Fernandina Beach/Amelia Island). The

project began construction in January, 2017, and is expected to be

completed by summer 2020.  A diverging diamond interchange (DDI)

is a type of interchange where the two directions of traffic below I-95

briefly drive on the opposite side of the road. This will be a significant

improvement in safety, since long left turns crossing traffic lanes to

enter or exit the Interstate will be eliminated. Additionally, the DDI

promotes added efficiency with only two clearance intervals (the

time for traffic signals to change from green to yellow to red) instead

of the six or more found in other interchange designs..

 

Milwaukee Ave. Pedestrian Improvements

Town of Orange Park, Florida

Gibbs Group is providing structural  design services for  the timber

boardwalk and bridge spanning an existing canal.  The project will

also provide a pedestrian lookout area. The project is expected to

be completed in early 2020.