CR 372 Ochlockonee Bay Trail

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CR 372 Ochlockonee Bay Trail

CR 372 Ochlockonee Bay Trail

Client: FDOT District Three
Location: Wakulla County, FL
Size: 1 mile
Service: Transportation & Mobility

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Nicholas A Grosso, P.E.
 

This Design-Build project for FDOT District Three involved the design of an 8-foot wide multi-use trail along CR 372 (Surf Road) for approximately 1 mile in Sopchoppy, FL. Genesis provided permitting, drainage design, pavement design, driveway modifications, design documentation, utility coordination and signing and marking design.

One of the challenges for this project was the limited right-of-way for the proposed improvements. Genesis met with the District’s Design Engineer and requested a Design Variance from the Plans Preparation Manual in order to utilize a 6-foot offset from the existing edge of pavement to the inside edge of the proposed trail. A variance was requested to ensure the trail could be constructed within the existing right-of-way, reduce the wetland impacts, provide sufficient area for drainage improvements and stormwater treatment, allow for the extension of cross drains and reduce the utility impacts.

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CR 372 Ochlockonee Bay Trail


Wakulla County, FL

Client:

FDOT District Three

Location:

Wakulla County, FL

Size:

1 mile

Service

Transportation & Mobility

Highlights:

Engineering Design and Permitting
Signage and Striping
Stormwater Analysis and Solutions Design
Trail
Utility Coordination

Contact Staff:

Nicholas A Grosso, P.E.

CR 372 Ochlockonee Bay Trail

This Design-Build project for FDOT District Three involved the design of an 8-foot wide multi-use trail along CR 372 (Surf Road) for approximately 1 mile in Sopchoppy, FL. Genesis provided permitting, drainage design, pavement design, driveway modifications, design documentation, utility coordination and signing and marking design.

One of the challenges for this project was the limited right-of-way for the proposed improvements. Genesis met with the District’s Design Engineer and requested a Design Variance from the Plans Preparation Manual in order to utilize a 6-foot offset from the existing edge of pavement to the inside edge of the proposed trail. A variance was requested to ensure the trail could be constructed within the existing right-of-way, reduce the wetland impacts, provide sufficient area for drainage improvements and stormwater treatment, allow for the extension of cross drains and reduce the utility impacts.