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Beach Haven NE Zone Drainage and Sewer Phase 2

This District 2 project is the second phase of a 12-phase project as identified in the Beach Haven Sewer & Drainage Master Plan. The design is funded through a joint cost-sharing agreement with Emerald  Coast Utilities Authority.

The Northeast Zone Phase 2 boundaries extend from Gulf Beach Highway on the south to Jones Swamp & Old Hickory Subdivision on the north, Fairfield Drive on the west and Decatur Avenue on the east. The project scope includes drainage enhancements, roadway reconstruction, resurfacing improvements, and construction of a community wastewater collection system.

Click here to watch the January 25, 2017 public meeting on this project. 

Milestones

Milestone Date Notes
Construction Award 11/16/2021  
Bid Opening 8/26/2021  
Construction Advertisement Date 7/14/2021  
100% Design Plans 5/28/2020  
90% Design Plans 3/1/2016
60% Design Plans 6/1/2014
Design Notice To Proceed 7/18/2012
Design Award 7/12/2012
A/E Fee Negotiation 6/20/2012
A/E Presentations/Selection 5/30/2012
A/E Shortlisting 5/16/2012
RLI Advertised 4/19/2012
Construction Notice To Proceed

ANTICIPATED: JULY 2022 (Pending grant funding award)

Construction 25% Complete

To Be Determined

Construction 50% Complete To Be Determined
Construction 75% Complete

To Be Determined

Construction Final Completion To Be Determined
Warranty Completion/Warranty Dates

To Be Determined


Last Updated:

 
Project Manager:
Nick Chauvin

Email:
Nick_Chauvin@myescambia.com
Office Phone:
850-595-3443
Architect/Engineer:
McKim & Creed
Contractor:
Phase II-A: Quality Enterprises / Phase II-B: Roads, Inc.
District #:
District 2
CRA District:
Safe Neighborhood District:
Funded:
Yes
Funding Sources:
L.O.S.T.
Sponsoring Division:
Engineering - Construction Management

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