I-95 Widening from SR 406 to SR 44
The project involved widening 30 miles of the existing I-95 from four to six lanes. With a maximum allowable bid of $120 million, Lane was the only company bidding below the cap as well as the only company capable of meeting all FDOT requirements.
Roadway work included new asphalt pavement and milling and resurfacing of the existing pavement, as well as the construction of acceleration/deceleration lanes.
Additional project work involved drainage system improvements, bridge widening and replacement, soundwall construction, Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) modifications, median barriers (temporary concrete barriers during all phases of construction and double-faced guardrail with rub rail when the project is complete), signing and pavement markings, signalization, drainage, and stormwater.
To improve efficiency, Lane opened a plant in Edgewater, FL near the project site specifically to develop materials for this project.