I-95/I-10 Operational Improvements Design-Build, FDOT District 2

I-95/I-10 Operational Improvements Design-Build, FDOT District 2 Overview

Duval County, FL

GAI was the lead designer working with Archer Western on this $126 million Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) District Two design-build project to reconfigure this major system-to-system interchange linking I-95 to I-10 in downtown Jacksonville. The project improved mobility within this high‑volume downtown corridor by modifying interchange ramps, as well as adding vehicular and non‑motorized lanes to adjacent roadways. Another aspect of the project was the widening of the Fuller Warren Bridge—which carries I-95 across the St. Johns River—from three lanes to four lanes of traffic in each direction. The widening also incorporated a new shared use path that allows pedestrians and bicyclists to traverse the bridge safely separated from motorists on I-95.

This complex, high-profile, multimodal design-build project began in 2017 and opened to traffic in spring 2023. Throughout the design-build process, the project team developed several Alternative Technical Concepts, which saved more than $10 million in construction costs.

Subsequently, GAI and Archer Western won the 2023 Florida Transportation Builders’ Association (FTBA) “Best in Construction” award in the Major Bridge category for the project. In 2024, the project also won an American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) award in the Outstanding Major Project category.

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