FORT MYERS — Pre-construction firm EHC has started 2021 with a pair of high-profile projects.
One is a diverging diamond interchange being built at the Colonial Boulevard exit of Interstate 75. Contractor AJAX awarded EHC the project, according to a statement. Other improvements along Colonial Boulevard include a Continuous Flow Intersection (CFI) at the intersection of Six Mile Cypress Parkway/Ortiz Avenue and a superstreet intersection at the Colonial Boulevard/Forum Boulevard intersection, the release states. EHC is providing clearing, excavation, embankment, base work and more for the project.
Another new project assignment is working with Kauffman Lynn for Collier County on Phase 1 of the Heritage Bay Government Center in North Naples. The release states. The first phase of the project focuses on the development and construction of an over 20,000 square-foot Collier County Government Services Center, which will include a new county tax collector’s office as well as offices for the property appraiser, supervisor of elections and select services of the clerk of courts.
Fort Myers-based EHC is providing a wide range of services, such as clearing, grubbing, excavation, import fill, subgrade, asphalt, signage and striping, sidewalks, gutters, curbing, grading, handicap ramps and more for the full-service government center.
Founded in 1990, EHC provides pre-construction, earthwork and infrastructure services.