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Project Management
To manage the Transportation Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), programmed maintenance and the bridge replacement program in the most productive, efficient manner possible.

To provide professional engineering inspection capabilities relative to the development of subdivision/commercial and special projects that the County pays for, will maintain, or has approved through the development review process.

Project Management manages the Transportation Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), bridge replacement program, and the In-House Design Section in the most productive, efficient manner possible.

The primary goal of the Project Management Division is the implementation of all phases of the CIP as determined by the Pasco County Board of County Commissioners. Implementation of the CIP includes supervision and coordination of the following elements:
  • Planning through development of Route and Pond Studies
  • Design, including preparation of plans and specifications
  • Coordination of the right-of-way acquisition with the Real Estate Department and the County Attorney's Office
  • Administration and awarding of all CIP construction contracts

Besides the CIP, responsibility also includes administration, management, and coordination of the Paving Assessment Program. This includes citizen inquiry, preparation of estimates, and petitioning of neighborhood residents, through completion of construction, all in accordance with applicable County Ordinances. The In-House Design Section provides roadway and drainage design assistance for minor CIP projects and assists PVAS and programmed maintenance when design is necessary for their projects. The In-House Design Section also provides design support required by other departments and divisions within Pasco County; e.g., Community Development, Parks and Recreation Department, and the District School Board.

Route Studies

(Alpha Order)

If you would like to view the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Board Approved Route Studies for various road projects that Project Management is responsible for, please see links listed below. The CIP Route Studies are listed in alphabetical order.

When you open the link you will see folders from multiple divisions. Select Engineering Services / Project Management / Approved Route Studies. The studies are grouped by Alpha Order Folders. Some of the documents are large. If the file was larger that 16 mb we had to separate them up. In that case they would be in their own separate folder. Please be patient. If you have any questions, please call 727 834-3604.

Tip. If you select the display name on the top of the document folder the documents will sort alphabetical order.

[A-I]  [J-R]  [S-Z]


Clinton Avenue Widening Phase I W.O. No. C3216.30

Pasco County Board of County Commissioners awarded the Construction Contract for the Clinton Avenue Project (W of Ft King Hwy. (C.R. 41) to East of US 301) to Pepper Contracting Services Inc. on August 21, 2012. There was a Public Workshop for Clinton Avenue on 9/20/12 at the Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church. Below are links to the information provided for the Clinton Avenue Public Workshop:

The Detail Roadway Map is very large so it was divided up in 7 sections. The maps are 11x17 size. If you need to print the maps, be sure to check for a setting on your printer to shrink to letter size paper before printing the pdf.

If you have any questions or concerns about the project you are welcome to contact Robert Shepherd, Construction Engineering Manager at Project Management at (727) 834-3604 or call the Engineering Inspectors Field Office at (352) 437-5902.


Ridge Road Widening

Ridge Road Widening Project (Broad Street to Moon Lake Road / DeCubellis Road (“Project”). All necessary planning, design, permitting and right-of-way acquisition for the Project has been completed. The Pasco County Board of County Commissioners awarded the Construction Contract for the Project to Pepper Contracting Services, Inc. (“Pepper”) on June 25, 2013. The Notice to Proceed for the Project was issued to Pepper on July 15, 2013.

Generally, the Project consists of the widening of the existing two (2) lane undivided roadway to a four (4) lane divided roadway with turn lanes. The Project includes: roadway items; drainage ponds, structures and pipe; signing and pavement markings; signalization; water main; gas main and, associated facilities in accordance with the Construction Contract. The Project starts from Broad Street and extends to the east to the Moon Lake Road / DeCubellis Road Intersection – approximately 3.0 miles.

  • Workshop No. 3 Handout 7-31-14

If you have any questions or concerns about the project you are welcome to contact Larry Harris, Engineer III/Project Manager at Project Management at (727) 834-3604 or call the Ridge Road Engineering Inspectors Field Office at (727) 807-6007.




Contact Us

John J. Chiarelli, P.E.
 
Assistant Engineering Services Director

5418 Sunset Road
New Port Richey, FL 34652
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Ph: (727) 834-3604
Fx: (727) 834-3617

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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