The Pasco County Commission has approved a task order for CPH Inc., to handle road design and permitting for an access road between Central Boulevard and Symphony Parkway, in Land O’ Lakes.
The cost of the work is not to exceed $207,608, according to information contained in the board’s March 9 agenda backup materials.
The work is being done under a continuing professional services agreement with CPH.
The access road, which is included in the county’s facilities master plan, will be built on county-owned land that is slated to serve as the future location for several county facilities.
This road will allow access to county property south of Central Boulevard.
The initial facilities to be constructed will be for the Fire Rescue Training Center and Facilities Management Central Office & Warehouse.
The task order calls for services to include roadway design, drainage design, signing and pavement marking design, Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) Environmental Resource Permit (ERP), utility coordination design support services for road connections, permitting assistance, and a proposed gate near the Symphony Parkway entrance.
Published March 31, 2021