Yellow - Proposed Phase 3
Orange - Phase 1 and 2 (completed in 2018 and 2021)
This project is part of the comprehensive sidewalk plan for the southern area of the Immokalee Community. Phases 1 and 2 were completed in 2018 and 2021. This phase will further the goal to provide an interconnected sidewalk network to improve pedestrian and bicycle safety, connecting residential areas to community facilities and commercial services. Phase 3 will consist of constructing 6-foot-wide concrete sidewalks as well as drainage improvements associated with the sidewalks, along Eustis Street and W. Delaware from South 5th Street to South 1st Street (approximately 2500 linear feet).
Agnoli, Barber and Brundage (ABB) has been selected to complete the design and permitting for this project. The ICRA has been tentatively awarded federal appropriations grant funds in the estimated amount of $987,000 for the construction portion of this project. The federal forms for the Application are on the Board of County Commissions December 13, 2022 Agenda for approval of the Application and execution of the federal forms. The deadline for the Application submittal is December 31, 2022.
The total cost for the Eustis & Delaware Project (design and construction) was estimated at $1.14M. The Immokalee Beautification MSTU and the Immokalee CRA will partner on this project.
Notice to proceed was issued to ABB on August 16,2021 with an estimated completion date of February 2023 if construction funding is timely acquired. ABB finalized their 100% design plans to reflect the changes requested by the Immokalee Water & Sewer District. ABB provided an Engineer’s Opinion of Probable Costs in the amount of $1,007,822.50.
Total Municipal Solutions, Inc. is the Project’s Certified Engineer & Inspector (CEI) and to submit a Proposal to provide CEI Services.
Staff received Letter of Invitation that identifies the requirement of the grant funding. Civitas LLC is preparing Environmental Review (ER). The ER and a Request for Release of Funds and Certification must be approved by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) before taking further action such as construction or physical work on the project.