Survey crews work to advance timeline of project.
Survey work takes place early in the project.
CDM Smith documents the existing utilities throughout the Town of Longboat Key.
CDM Smith performing an independent review of the project cost and budget.
CDM Smith working with Town to finetune the master schedule.
Holiday AlertThe Town of Longboat Key town hall will be closed for Good Friday on Friday, April 10th. In observance of the holiday, construction will cease.
FPL construction material continues to be stored at a site located approximately five miles northeast of the Island in Manatee County. This location allows the undergrounding contractor to secure and store the FPL undergrounding materials so they can be delivered to the construction site as needed.
Wilco Electrical is finalizing their utility undergrounding construction of the feeder conduits along GMD for Phase 1 and continues working in nearby neighborhoods and side streets. This work also includes boring channels and the installation of fiber data, streetlights and electrical utility cables.
All conduits and feeder lines have been built along GMD for Phase 2. Some areas that have also been completed include Broadway Street, Firehouse Road, Longboat Drive South, and areas around Poinsetta Avenue, and work in neighborhoods and side streets off GMD has begun.
Looking Ahead - 2020
All undergrounding work as well as utility pole and cable removal for Phase 1 is anticipated to be completed in the 3rd quarter of 2020. Phase 2 work along GMD is expected to be finished by the end of the 4th quarter.
FPL has completed the design plans for Phase 3 and is working on the preliminary design for Phase 4 of the utility undergrounding project. Once complete, the project team will work with FPL to develop a construction schedule that will coordinate installation of the town streetlight and fiber lines with the FPL undergrounding construction activities.
Comcast and Frontier continue removing utility poles and connecting cables to homes to be switched over to the new main line.
We invite you to visit the website often to stay informed about the project. Visitors are also invited to contact us with any questions or concerns throughout the duration of the project.