FDOT District 3, I-10 Resurfacing Projects, Jackson / Washington / Santa Rosa Counties, FL
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Protean Design Group led three resurfacing, restoration, and rehabilitation (3R) projects along SR 8 (I-10), including:
SR 8 (I-10) from CR 69A (Birchwood Road) to the Gadsden County Line, Jackson County, FL: This 6.24-mile project included a four-lane typical section with two 12-foot travel lanes in each direction, separated by a variable width median with 4-foot paved inside shoulders and 10-foot paved outside shoulders. Protean was responsible for milling and resurfacing plans and details of the existing travel and paved shoulders along this limited access facility, including the on- and off-ramps of the CR 286 (Blueberry Drive) interchange. Other work included utility coordination, median crossovers, guardrail, temporary traffic control plans (TTCP), barrier evaluation, front slope evaluation for shielding or flushing, drainage evaluation and recommendations, signing and pavement markings, wetland delineation, and a stormwater permit exemption.
SR 8 (I-10) from SR 77 to the Jackson County Line, Washington County, FL: Existing travel lanes, auxiliary lanes, median crossovers, and paved shoulders were milled and resurfaced, while shoulder rumble strips were reconstructed along this 6.56-mile segment. The typical section consisted of a four-lane facility with two 12-foot travel lanes in each direction with 4-foot paved inside shoulders, 10-foot paved outside shoulders, and a 64-foot median. A portion of this project had a variable width, wooded median.
SR 8 (I-10) from SR 87 to the Okaloosa County Line, Santa Rosa County, FL: The typical section throughout this 10.71-mile project included a four-lane limited access facility consisting of two 12-foot travel lanes in each direction with 4-foot paved inside shoulders, 10-foot paved outside shoulders, and a variable width median. Existing travel lanes and paved shoulders were resurfaced, while shoulder rumble strips were reconstructed.