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FDOT District 4 General Services Contract



District Wide Acquisition / Relocation Consultant (FDOT IV) - current District Wide and General Services contracts


I-95 / SR 806 Atlantic Avenue Interchange, Del Ray Beach, FL - 9 partial takings from commercial properties.


Northwood Connector (FDOT 4), West Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida - acquisition project for the connection of existing railroad lines in Palm Beach County, Florida. Responsibilities include relocation project management, claims review and approval, agent support in acquisition and relocation.


Crosstown Parkway (FDOT IV) Port St. Lucie, FL - relocation subconsultant to AECOM Technical Services, Inc. on this 84 acquisition and 67 relocation segment of the Crosstown Parkway. Responsibilities include relocation project management, claims review and approval, agent support in acquisition and relocation.


Crosstown Parkway Extension - Remediation Project for City of Port St. Lucie - The City of Port St. Lucie acquired 49 parcels subsequent to the November 2000 federalization date of the subject project; 31 were residentially improved and 18 were vacant residential parcels. This contract work was to remediate all 49 parcels that lie within what will be identified as the preferred alternative, bringing them into compliance with the Uniform Act. Work effort includes location of former owners and tenants and provide remediation duties of offers to owner who were not paid recommended compensation for their property, processing of purchasing agreements, closings and for those who were displaced providing advisory services, calculation of RHP's and rent supplements, move costs and incidentals costs. AAG was tasked for 25 units of this total by District 4 who was placed as federal watchdog for this project on behalf of the City.


SR 710 / Beeline Highway (FDOT IV) - Riviera Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida - Condemnation phase of this project involved over 100 fee acquisitions and companion easements, 51 residential displacements, 30 business displacements (mostly support businesses for the nearby Port of Palm Beach) and 8 personal property moves to improve the corridor from Congress Avenue to Australian Avenue, in a CRA designated by the City. AAG provided right of way subconsultant services to HDR Engineering, Inc. as the prime in this teaming venture. Responsibilities included project administration, negotiations, relocation, condemnation support and property management.


Indian Street Bridge (FDOT 4) - Martin County , Florida - relocation consultant for 15 residential relocations for the widening and replacement of the Indian Street Bridge in Stuart, Florida. Responsibilities included project administration, replacement housing computation, eligibility determination, move monitoring and claim processing. Displacee make-up included Last Resort Housing and Asian-speaking displacees that involved an interpreter and translator as a subconsultant to AAG.


SR 710 / Beeline Highway (FDOT IV) - Riviera Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida - 19 parcel early acquisition program for the improvement of SR 710 (Beeline Highway). The parcels consisted of residential, vacant and commercial properties to be acquired within a 5 month schedule. Responsibilities include negotiations and closing only.


Conceptual Relocation Plan (FDOT IV) - CR 510 Indian River County, Florida - 150 plus ownerships for three (3) alternative alignments. Work included addressing all community impacts including households, businesses, churches, etc. in each of the alternatives. This plan was used to complete the formal PD&E Study for this project.


Conceptual Relocation Plan (FDOT IV) - SR 707 Martin County, Florida - 100 plus ownerships for three (3) alternative alignments. Work included addressing all community impacts including households, businesses, churches, etc. in each of the alternatives. This plan was used to complete the formal PD&E Study for this project.


US 1 (FDOT IV) - Vero Beach, Indian River County, Florida - 13 parcel acquisition and 2 business relocation project for the expansion of US 1 through Vero Beach, Florida, in conformance with the Uniform Relocation Act. The project consisted of an urban design with all commercial and industrial impacts. Responsibilities include title update, negotiations, closings, relocation assistance, suit preparation, business damage negotiations, mediation assistance and property management.