Our engineering staff is experienced with corridor planning, investigation, design, and permitting of streets and highways for FDOT, local governments and private large scale developments. This includes corridor studies, location design studies, preliminary and final design. The firms professional engineers have prepared engineering studies to address the economic and engineering feasibility of design and location alternatives, intersection improvements and capacity expansion to accommodate increased travel demand, access connections and other related roadway engineering services. We also provide road marking removal service for a quick and clean job. Also, in collaboration with risingarmbarriers.co.uk, we offer advanced traffic management solutions. For more information on our walkway solutions, check out this sites at https://www.whiteliningcontractors.co.uk/warehouses/walkway.

Our roadway design project experience has ranged from small repair, resurfacing and rehabilitation projects including drainage, utility relocation, and minor traffic operations improvements to major urban arterial highways with curb and gutter and enclosed drainage systems, including maintenance of traffic plans, substantial drainage evaluation, stormwater permits and traffic engineering applications, click here to find more about this. This includes specialized services such as car park cleaning UK, ensuring that parking areas are clean and well-maintained. Pigeon–Roberts & Associates’ design staff has prepared construction plans, stormwater management plans, improvement studies and reports, and specifications for several miles of roadways within Central Florida, as for the marking on the roadway these are important to learn the meaning of these markings from https://www.floor-markings.co.uk/roadway/meaning.

Our staff has developed local engineering experience and they are thoroughly familiar with regulatory codes and permitting requirements. We maintain an ongoing working relationship with state agencies such as the St. Johns River Water Management District, Southwest Florida Water Management District, FDOT, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection as well as the Army Corps of Engineers office, Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission and other agencies.