EHC, Inc., a construction company that provides pre-construction, earthwork and infrastructure services, announced new two transportation projects in Southwest Florida: SR 80 East of Labelle and Homestead Road in Lehigh. AJAX Paving awarded EHC with the nearly 12-mile SR 80 project for the Florida Department of Transportation. The Homestead Road widening project is with Stevens and Layton for the Lee County Department of Transportation.
The large-scale SR 80 project widens the last segment of SR 80 between Labelle and Moore Haven from two to four lanes. The project is easterly from Dalton Lane to CR 83 in Hendry County. EHC is providing 95,000 cubic yards of excavation, over 1 million cubic yards of embankment, 470,000 square yards of Type B stabilization, special detours, 310,000 cubic yards of subsoil excavation, 693,000 square yards of prepared soil layer, 78,000 yards of optional base group 1, 128,000 square yards of optional base group 9, 131,000 square yards optional base group 10, off-site borrow pit excavation and turnout construction for the project.
For the Homestead Road project, EHC is providing subgrade and base to widen over two miles of the road from two to four lanes. The new project is adjacent to EHC’s Mirror Lakes project.
EHC currently has 17 active projects and several in the planning stages from Sarasota County to Collier County spanning the real estate and government industries. Many of the projects are multi-million, multi-phased projects such as SR 80 East of Labelle, Homestead Road in Lehigh, SR 84/Davis Boulevard in Collier County, Naples Grand Sales Center in Naples, Somero Enterprises Addition in Fort Myers, Arby’s in Punta Gorda, Mirror Lakes in Lehigh, The Reef II in Fort Myers, Springs at Gulf Coast in Estero, Popeye’s in Northport, Tara Woods in North Fort Myers, BizPark Storage Facilities in Naples, Kalea Bay in Naples, 16 miles of I-75 improvements in Sarasota and Charlotte Counties, Lindsford in Fort Myers, High Tech Buildings in Fort Myers, and Tuscola in North Port.