Public Works

City of Oviedo Public Works Department

Repair of Stormwater Infrastructure - Turnberry Dr., Kelly Creek Cir., Pinehurst Ct.

On July 15th, City Council authorized the issuance of a Work Order in the amount of $137,956. to Layne Inliner, LLC, for repair of stormwater infrastructure located in various areas of the Twin Rivers development off of Lockwood Boulevard. The pipe failures identified in areas on Turnberry Drive, Kelly Creek Drive and Pinehurst Court are causing extensive road damage and dam

Filter Improvements at the Oviedo Water Reclamation Facility

The current disk filter at the Oviedo Water Reclamation Facility has operated without backup since an inoperable sand filter was demolished as part of the City's Headworks Improvement Project in 2011.  The new filter will serve both to provide backup filtration reliability required by the FDEP permit and will also increase reclaimed water production with increased wastewater flow redi

New Fire Station on Central Avenue

On February 3, 2013, the City advertised a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to design a new Fire Station proposed to be constructed on the site of the City's decommissioned Water Plant, adjacent to Boston Hill Park.  The plan is to combine and relocate two existing Fire Stations currently located at 42 South Central Avenue (Fire Station 44) and 300 Alexandria Blvd.

Lockwood Blvd. / Seminole Creek Median Improvement Project

Median improvements at the intersection of Lockwood Boulevard and Seminole Creek were completed by Inwood Consulting Engineers.  The project will add a northbound turn lane for those traveling on Lockwood Boulevard and median improvements will provide for safer ingess and egress for residents of Twin Rivers.  

Center Lake Park Design - Oviedo on the Park

The Oviedo on the Park development includes a central City-owned park to be maintained and operated by the City of Oviedo.  The park will contain a number of amenities including an interactive fountain, playground, restrooms, lighting, audio visual and event infrastructure and aesthetic enhancements to compliment the proposed adjacent City-owned amphitheater.

Odor Control Project

Since purchasing the privately-owned Alafaya Utility in September of 2010, the City has been hard at work updating the system to address known structural and operational deficiencies and to improve permit compliance, efficiency and odor control issues.  In May of 2012, the City advertised the odor system as a design/build package for bid.  Three responsive proposals were rec

Clara Lee Evans Traffic Signal

Construction of the Clara Lee Evans Traffic Signal/Turn Lane Improvement Project is currently unerway by Atlantic Civil Constructor Corporation and will be completed by August 19, 2014.  

 

The Northern Lift Station Re-route Project

The Northern Lift Station Re-route Project in the Oviedo Blvd. area and along Mitchell Hammock Road as reached substantial completion.  The project included installation of a new 16" sewer main from Oviedo Blvd. and Mitchell Hammock Road along Alafaya Woods Blvd.

Little Creek Reclaimed Water Tie-In

The Little Creek Relacimed Water Main Extension Project was completed in April 2012 by Mora Engineering Contractors and Blue Ox Enterprises.

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