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FL Waterway Bridge Repairs Awarded

Wednesday, December 2, 2020

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The Florida Department of Transportation has awarded a project in the amount of $1,871,000 to Monoko, LLC of Tarpon Springs, Florida, to perform coating and bridge deck repairs on the William Lehman Causeway Intracoastal Waterway Bridges in Miami-Dade County, Florida.

Monoko, LLC was the lowest of three bidders. Additional bidders included:

  • Olympus Painting Contractors, Inc, of Tarpon Springs, Florida, in the amount of $1,948,208.70; and
  • K.V.K. Contracting, Inc. of Tarpon Springs, Florida, in the amount of $2,769,399.30.

The contract construction cost was estimated at $2,860,000.

The project bid Sept. 24. (The original bid date was July 30.)

Scope of Work

The Florida Department of Transportation has awarded a $1,871,000 contract for cleaning, painting and repairing steel structures on the two William Lehman Causeway bridge structures spanning the Intracoastal Waterway. Work will be performed on bridge numbers 870606 and 870607. Work will also include repairing of bridge deck surfaces, underside concrete repair and drainage improvements. The contract is set to begin January 2021.

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The Florida Department of Transportation has awarded a project in the amount of $1,871,000 to Monoko, LLC of Tarpon Springs, Florida, to perform coating and bridge deck repairs on the William Lehman Causeway Intracoastal Waterway Bridges in Miami-Dade County, Florida.

The project includes 83,743 square feet of cleaning and coating concrete surfaces with a Class 5 Smooth Finish system. The owner-approved manufacturers include BASF, Euclid, Chemmasters, Textured Coatings of America and Sherwin-Williams. The contractor will also furnish eight gallons of penetrating sealant for application to concrete surfaces.

The awarded contractor will also oversee coating of existing structural steel. The steel will be abrasive blast-cleaned to Bare Metal (SSPC-SP 11), Hand-Tool cleaning (SSPC-SP 2) or Power-Tool cleaning (SSPC-SP 3) standards to remove all existing coatings. The structural steel will then be coated with an organic zinc-rich system. This system is subject to change to project requirements.

Certifications to SSPC-QP 1, QP 2 and QP 3 are required.

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