We are carrying out six road infrastructure projects, five in Florida and one in Texas, alleviating traffic in some of their most congested zones.
In Florida, we are widening the SR82 highway and remodeling a section of the I75 highway in the west of the State. We are rebuilding, remodeling and widening more than 12 km of road at the intersection of the I75 and SR70.
We are designing and building three new roads in Miami-Dade county, south of Miami. We are also widening and improving two existing roads, including a new boulevard on Franjo Road.
In Jacksonville, we are building the First Coast Expressway, a new section of the SR-23, which includes 26 bridges. The longest, 300 meters long, will reach over the Black Creek river.
In Texas, we are working on behalf of the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to rebuild and widen a 11.5 km section of the interstate highway IH35E.
For this same client, we are also building a 13.2 km branch of the US59 highway, in the town in Diboll, Texas.
Sacyr Engineering and Infrastructures, Sacyr’s construction division, has won a contract to build an 11-km road in Florida (USA). The project, awarded by Collier County, has a 36-month deadline.
The road, Vanderbilt Beach Road Extension, is a roadway in southern Florida. Out of the total 11 km, 1.6 expand the existing road and the remaining 9.4 km are new construction. This project includes the reconstruction and reconditioning of Massey St and the excavation of a 3.2 km trench section to relocate the current one.
This new contract in Florida consolidates Sacyr’s growth in the US. Sacyr started its activities in 2018 with several road construction projects in Florida. Since then, Sacyr has won 14 projects in Florida and Texas, and it currently has a construction portfolio worth more than €1,000 million.