Palm Coast Parkway Subsurface Utility Engineering Services

This 1.5-mile roadway widening project on Palm Coast Parkway began 500 feet west of Cypress Point Parkway/Boulder Drive and extends to Florida Park Drive.  The project widens the current 4-lanes to 6-lanes and required underground utility information to design the improvements. 

The subsurface utility tasks for this project consisted of utility designation and approximately over 300 subsurface utility test-holes to identify any unforeseen design conflicts utilizing ASCE C-1 38 -02 quality levels “A,” “B,” “C” and “D.”

Subsurface Utility Engineering data collection provided underground utility locations and depths for transportation engineers to design roadway widening with precision and safety in mind.

Key Facts

Location:

Florida

Client:

FDOT District Two

Size:

1.5-miles, 300 SUE test holes

Highlights:
  • 1.5-mile roadway widening
  • Utility designation
  • Utility location
  • Utility mapping
  • Quality Level A locates
  • Quality Level B designate
Services Provided:

Subsurface Utility Engineering

Surveying and Mapping/Geomatics

Transportation

Water Resources / Stormwater Management