Heckscher Drive Reconstruction

RS&H provided construction engineering and inspection (CEI) services for the reconstruction of Hecksher Drive in Jacksonville, Florida. The project included converting a two-lane rural road into a four-lane divided road.

Phase II of the project included demolition of two existing bridges over the Broward River and Dunn Creek, as well as the new construction of four bridges, each spanning approximately 1,200 feet.  The bridges were constructed using AASHTO Type V prestressed girders. The concrete decks were 35 feet and 41 feet wide and were cast-in-place, as were all substructure components. Prestressed, 24-inch square concrete pilings were used as the foundation, which utilized PDA, CAPWAP, and WEAP analysis.

Key aspects of  the project included maintenance of traffic phasing and erosion control plan implementation.
Services included:

  • Construction management and payment quantification
  • Inspection of drilled shafts for signalization work
  • Inspection of earthwork, asphalt, and concrete items for roadway construction
  • Inspection of drainage improvements and retention pond construction
  • Inspection of signals and conventional lighting
  • Inspection of utility installation and relocation
  • Inspection of erosion control plan and procedures
  • Inspection of maintenance of traffic plan and implementation

Related Services: Construction Management

Project Information

Location:
Jacksonville, Florida

Owner/Client:
Jacksonville Transportation Authority