St. Petersburg Roadway Beautification Projects

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St. Petersburg Roadway Beautification Projects

St. Petersburg Roadway Beautification Projects

Client: City of St. Petersburg
Location: St. Petersburg, FL
Service: Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:
 

Roadway landscape construction documents and grant application preparation for 5 projects, FDOT Roadway Beautification Grant Program.  All achieved 100% of requested funding.  Extensive coordination with FDOT, careful incorporation of safety and setback criteria, design for ease of maintenance.

Projects:
4th Street North, 38th Ave to Gandy Blvd.
34th Street North, Central Ave to 38th Ave.
34th Street South, Central Ave. to 54th Ave. S.
5th Avenue North, I-275 to 58th Street
66th Street North, Central Ave. to 38th Ave.

Will Mariaty, FDOT Disctrict 7, speaking of the 66th Street project, stated in a letter to the Florida Highway Beautification Council: "Technically speaking, this is the finest Beautification Grant Application that this district has ever received."

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St. Petersburg Roadway Beautification Projects


St. Petersburg, FL

Client:

City of St. Petersburg

Location:

St. Petersburg, FL

Service

Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:

Construction Documents
Landscape Design
Linear Project Landscape Design
Planting Design
Public Involvement


*Key Individual Experience

St. Petersburg Roadway Beautification Projects*

Roadway landscape construction documents and grant application preparation for 5 projects, FDOT Roadway Beautification Grant Program.  All achieved 100% of requested funding.  Extensive coordination with FDOT, careful incorporation of safety and setback criteria, design for ease of maintenance.

Projects:
4th Street North, 38th Ave to Gandy Blvd.
34th Street North, Central Ave to 38th Ave.
34th Street South, Central Ave. to 54th Ave. S.
5th Avenue North, I-275 to 58th Street
66th Street North, Central Ave. to 38th Ave.

Will Mariaty, FDOT Disctrict 7, speaking of the 66th Street project, stated in a letter to the Florida Highway Beautification Council: "Technically speaking, this is the finest Beautification Grant Application that this district has ever received."