Ever wonder what supports those big roadway signs and traffic signals? Episode 1 of D7Now: How It’s Made, takes a look at the process of a Miscellaneous Drilled Shaft – from the ground-up. Advertisements
D7-TV: Back in April, FDOT District Seven held the Gateway Expressway Industry Forum at the Embassy Suites on the campus of the University of South Florida in Tampa.
D7-TV: FDOT helps relocate several gopher tortoises to the Brooker Creek Preserve in northeastern Pinellas County as part of the Tri-County Trail project.
It all started with a simple request from the Courtney Campbell Causeway Scenic Highway Group to District Seven. The group had an idea for a bicycle and pedestrian trail along the Courtney Campbell Causeway (State Road 60) that would span across Tampa Bay and connect Hillsborough and Pinellas counties. On Monday, June 22, that idea … Continue reading
By Daniel Constantinopoli (OIS) Steve Jobs, co-founder, chairman and CEO of Apple Inc. once said, “You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards.” The video you are about to see is me connecting my dots which have guided me here, writing my first article for the FDOT Newsletter. Now … Continue reading
On Sunday, March 22, FDOT’s Alert Today Florida team and District Seven partnered with the Tampa Bay Lightning of the National Hockey League to promote the statewide “Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow” safety campaign. Volunteers were set up inside and outside the arena distributing safety information, promo packs, and raffling off two autographed Tampa Bay Lightning hockey pucks. During the second intermission … Continue reading
Here are District Seven’s video submissions from the statewide “Step-Up 2014” conference in Orlando. Great job to all team members involved in stepping up and representing District Seven! Presbyterian Village Flashing Pedestrian Arrow
On April 3, Governor Scott visited the District Seven headquarters to announce the advancement of I-75 design build improvements in Pasco County. Governor Scott noted that widening I-75, one of the most important freight and tourism corridors in the state, is critical to the state’s economic competitiveness and quality of life. The governor also took the … Continue reading
Here is a great video put together by the Atkins Group showing the construction of the I-4/Selmon Expressway Connector from day one all the way up to completion. Very cool stuff!