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PREVIOUS WORK

The staff at Pitman Engineering has worked on a wide variety of jobs throughout the years. Ensuring that we remain well versed in all civil design is crucial to our success and necessary in satisfying our customers with complete solutions.


While not all of the jobs mentioned below were completed through Pitman Engineering, we would be remiss not to mention projects in which our staff played pivotal rolls. Take a look at what we've done and be sure to reach out if you have any additional questions on the roles we played or for more details on the projects.

 
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CYPRESS LAKE ROAD & CHARLES TERRACE

Client: Columbia County (FL) Board of County Commissioners

Funding: FDOT SCRAP - $2,700,000 Total Budget

FIN: 438169-1

Total Roadway Length: 2.6 miles

County Contact(s):

  • Kevin Kirby - Assistant County Manager

  • Chad Williams - County Engineer

  • Rocky Ford - District 2 County Commissioner

County roads Cypress Lake Road and Charles Terrace were selected to be improved under the 2020 FDOT SCRAP program. The scope of work consisted of improving the existing dirt roads to paved roads that met current Florida Greenbook and MUTCD standards.

Staff roles/efforts:

  • R/W Acquisition Assistance

  • Roadway Design

  • Pavement Design

  • Minor Drainage Design

  • Signing & Pavement Marking Design

  • Utility Relocation Coordination

  • ERP Permitting (SRWMD)

  • 404 Permitting (DEP)

  • CAD Designer

  • Quality Control Agent

  • Project Manager

  • Engineer of Record (30% & 60% plans)

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CR 339 REALIGNMENT & BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

Client: FDOT/Levy County

Funding: FDOT LAP - $3,900,000 Total Budget

FIN: 437405-1

Total Roadway Length: 0.58 miles

Project scope included the realignment of Levy County Road 339 at its intersection of SR 500 to eliminate a dangerous existing curve as well as replace an aging bridge over Little Waccasassa River. 

Staff roles/efforts:

  • R/W Acquisition Assistance

  • Roadway Design

  • Pavement Design

  • Drainage Design

  • Signing & Pavement Marking Design

  • Stormwater Management Facility Design

  • Utility Relocation Coordination

  • ERP Permitting (SRWMD)

  • CAD Designer

  • Quality Control Agent

  • Project Manager

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POE SPRINGS MULTI-USE TRAIL

Client: FDOT/Alachua County

Funding: FDOT LAP - $1,600,000 Total Budget

FIN: 433990-2

Total Length:  3.46 miles

Project scope included the design of an asphalt multi-use trail that ran from downtown High Springs to Poe Springs State Park. 

Staff roles/efforts:​

  • Minor Roadway Design

  • Pavement Design

  • Drainage Design

  • Signing & Pavement Marking Design

  • Utility Relocation Coordination

  • ERP Permitting (SRWMD)

  • CAD Designer

  • Quality Control Agent

  • Project Manager

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SLAUGHTER ROAD WIDENING & RESURFACING

Client: Taylor County (FL) Board of County Commissioners

Funding: FDOT SCRAP - $1,150,000 Total Budget

FIN: 436462-1

Total Roadway Length: 2.06 miles

County 359A, also known as Slaughter Road, was selected to be improved under the 2020 FDOT SCRAP program. The scope of work consisted of widening and resurfacing the existing roadway to bring roadway up to current Florida Greenbook and MUTCD standards.

Staff roles/efforts:​

  • Roadway Design

  • Pavement Design

  • Minor Drainage Design

  • Signing & Pavement Marking Design

  • Utility Coordination

  • ERP Permitting (SRWMD)

  • 404 Permitting (DEP)

  • Quality Control Agent

  • Project Manager

  • Engineer of Record (30% & 60% plans)

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592ND STREET

Client: FDOT/Dixie County (FL) Board of County Commissioners

Funding: FDOT LAP

County Road 592nd Street was selected to be improved under the FDOT LAP program. The scope of work consisted of widening and resurfacing the existing roadway to bring roadway up to current Florida Greenbook and MUTCD standards.

Staff roles/efforts:​

  • Roadway Design

  • Pavement Design

  • Minor Drainage Design

  • Signing & Pavement Marking Design

  • Utility Coordination

  • ERP Permitting (SRWMD)

  • Quality Control Agent

  • Project Manager

  • Engineer of Record (30% & 60% plans)

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CR 340 RESURFACING

Client: Gilchrist County (FL) Board of County Commissioners

Funding: FDOT SCRAP/SCOP - $998,852 Total Budget

FIN: 436442-1

Total Roadway Length:  5.11 miles

County Contact(s):

Bobby Crosby - County Administrator

Lou Leone - Roadway Superintendent

CR 340 was selected to be improved under the 2020 FDOT SCRAP program. The scope of work consisted of resurfacing the existing roadway to bring roadway up to current Florida Greenbook and MUTCD standards.

Staff roles/efforts:​

  • Roadway Design

  • Pavement Design

  • Minor Drainage Design

  • Signing & Pavement Marking Design

  • Utility Coordination

  • ERP Permitting (SRWMD)

  • Quality Control Agent

  • Advertisement, Negotiation, and Award of Bids

  • Project Manager

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HOGAN ROAD

Client: Suwannee County (FL) Board of County Commissioners

Funding: FDOT SCRAP/SCOP - $1,309,981 Total Budget

FIN: 426034-1

Total Roadway Length:  6.44 miles

Hogan Road was selected to be improved under the 2015 FDOT SCRAP/SCOP program. The scope of work consisted of resurfacing the existing roadway to bring roadway up to current Florida Greenbook and MUTCD standards.

Staff roles/efforts:​

  • Roadway Design

  • Pavement Design

  • Minor Drainage Design

  • Signing & Pavement Marking Design

  • Utility Coordination

  • ERP Permitting (SRWMD)

  • Quality Control Agent

  • Advertisement, Negotiation, and Award

  • Project Manager

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FGC STEM FACILITY

Florida Gateway College (FGC) in Lake City, FL received an appropriations grant from the State for $6,100,000 in order to help tear down the old, and build a new STEM facility on campus. Overall project cost has been estimated at roughly $16,000,000.

Staff roles/efforts:​​

  • Site Design

  • Drainage Design

  • Utility Design

  • ERP Permit Modification (SRWMD)

  • CAD Designer

  • Quality Control Agent

  • Project Manager

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SUN STOP CONVIENCENCE STORE - THOMASVILLE, GA

Project scope included providing the site plan and permitting of a gas station/convenience store on US Highway 19 in Thomasville, GA. Sun Stop Convenience Stores are owned and operated by Southwest Georgia Oil Company.

Staff roles/efforts:​​

  • Site Design

  • Drainage Design

  • Utility Design

  • Geogia Soil and Water Conservation Commision Permit

  • CAD Designer

  • Quality Control Agent

  • Project Manager

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TRENTON HIGH SCHOOL - AUDITORIUM & BUS LOOP

The Gilchrist County School Board received grant funding to build a new auditorium and bus loop to better serve the school's growing population.

Staff roles/efforts:​​

  • Site Design

  • Drainage Design

  • Stormwater Management Facility Design (Pond)

  • Utility Design

  • ERP Permit Modification (SRWMD)

  • CAD Designer

  • Quality Control Agent

  • Project Manager

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SANTA FE BOAT RAMP BATHROOMS

Gilchrist County received the FBIP grant from FWC in order to build bathrooms at the newly renovated boat ramp at Santa Fe Park.

Staff roles/efforts:​​

  • Site Design

  • Drainage Design

  • Utility Design/Coordination

  • ERP Permit Modification (SRWMD)

  • CAD Designer

  • Quality Control Agent

  • Advertisement, Negotiation, and Award of Bids

  • Project Manager