Port Bridge over FPL Discharge Canal

Port Bridge over FPL Discharge Canal

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Port Bridge over FPL Discharge Canal
Port Everglades, Broward County, Florida

Client: Mr. William Maughan
Broward County Seaport Construction &
Planning Division
1850 Eller Drive, Fifth Floor
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316
Phone: (954) 468-0157


  • Environmental Permitting
  • Construction Observation
  • Mitigation Design & Permitting
  • Mitigation Monitoring

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Construction Cost: $60,000,000.00

img - Port Bridge over FPL Discharge Canal 2The Port Bridge project was to construct a concrete span bridge over the FPL Discharge Canal in order to connect SE 19 Avenue to SE 18 Avenue to alleviate transport and cruise passenger congestion on Eller Drive, and to allow better access to the east container yard. In addition to an upland site investigation to determine any potential impacts to natural resources such as mangroves located within the proposed project footprint, The Chappell Group provided a complete benthic resource survey of the submerged bottom within the discharge canal. The Chappell Group provided all the environmental permitting services, including floating dock design, mangrove planter design, construction inspection, and quarterly/annual site inspections of the mangrove planter. The Chappell Group, Inc. performed these tasks for Broward County from 2005 through February 2009, with all local, state and federal environmental permits for the bridge span and mangrove planter issued in 2009. The Chappell Group, Inc. will perform quarterly/annual site inspections of the mangrove planter through 2014.

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