O'Leno to Ichetucknee Trail

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O'Leno to Ichetucknee Trail

O'Leno to Ichetucknee Trail

Client: Suwannee River Water Management District
Location: Columbia County, FL
Size: 12.8 Miles
Service: Parks & Recreation

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Mark T. Llewellyn Sr., P.E.
 

Genesis and Anderson Columbia Company, Inc. teamed as a design-build firm to create this 12.8 mile paved trail from O’Leno State Park to Ichetucknee Springs State Park. The project provides a 10-foot wide paved trail within the right-of-ways of US 41, County Road 18, US 27, and several local streets in the City of Ft. White. Also included was a timber bridge over Hammock Branch on County Road 18 near US 41 and another bridge on County Road 18 at a culvert location.

To support design efforts and permitting, Genesis completed a topographical survey with cross-sections along the entire trail alignment. The project required close coordination with all utility owners with facilities within the rights-of-way, subconsultants and environmental specialists for wetland crossings, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) for permit approval.

Design and coordination procedures included timely meetings with the District Project Administrator (Barney Bennette) and area stakeholder groups.

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O'Leno to Ichetucknee Trail


Columbia County, FL

Client:

Suwannee River Water Management District

Location:

Columbia County, FL

Size:

12.8 Miles

Service

Parks & Recreation

Highlights:

Civil Engineering
Engineering Design and Permitting
Environmental Permitting
Environmental Study
Landscape Design
Parks and Recreation Planning

O'Leno to Ichetucknee Trail

Genesis and Anderson Columbia Company, Inc. teamed as a design-build firm to create this 12.8 mile paved trail from O’Leno State Park to Ichetucknee Springs State Park. The project provides a 10-foot wide paved trail within the right-of-ways of US 41, County Road 18, US 27, and several local streets in the City of Ft. White. Also included was a timber bridge over Hammock Branch on County Road 18 near US 41 and another bridge on County Road 18 at a culvert location.

To support design efforts and permitting, Genesis completed a topographical survey with cross-sections along the entire trail alignment. The project required close coordination with all utility owners with facilities within the rights-of-way, subconsultants and environmental specialists for wetland crossings, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) for permit approval.

Design and coordination procedures included timely meetings with the District Project Administrator (Barney Bennette) and area stakeholder groups.