Design

HSA Design Qualifications

3.1         Minor Highway Design

6.3.1     Intelligent Transportation Systems Analysis and Design

7.1        Signing, Pavement Marking and Channelization Design

7.2       Lighting Analysis and Design

7.3       Signalization Analysis and Design

HSA offers Design Services to FDOT, local agencies, and private entities with substantial experience in North Florida. With highly experienced Project Managers, Professional Engineers, Designers, and CADD Technicians, our design team produces high-quality plan sets without compromise to the design schedule. At HSA, quality control is accepted as the primary component required to accomplish any given task. HSA believes that Designs can only be complete and without error, if an adequate, refined, and published QA/QC plan and policy has been established and vetted by all necessary personnel.

HSA’s Design Program Initiative is currently reflecting rapid growth as our Design Team continues to produce superior products. As a certified DBE/SBE, HSA’s design team is pursuing Business Development Initiative Projects, RRR Projects, and Major Widening Design Projects as both a prime and subconsultant.

Design Projects

FDOT District Three Design: SR 392A (Middle Beach Road) and SR 30 (US 98B) Design Group 20-12, Bay County

  • FPID 217986-2-52-01 and 437368-1-52-01
  • HSA Responsibilities: Signalization Analysis and Design, ITS Analysis and Design. These are currently active design projects.

FDOT District Three Design: SR 30A (US 98/ Back Beach Road) from East of Nautilus Street to East of Richard Jackson Blvd, Bay County

  • FPID 217838-4-52-01
  • HSA Responsibilities: Signalization Analysis and Design, Lighting Analysis and Design. This is currently an active design project

SR 281 (Avalon Blvd) at the Santa Rosa County Courthouse (new development), Santa Rosa County

  • Agencies to Review/ Approve Design: District Three Traffic Operations and Design, Milton Maintenance, and Santa Rosa County.
  • HSA’s responsibilities: Analyze the proposed access point for the new Courthouse to determine the appropriate intersection design. The HSA design team prepared the turn lane and driveway design plans.

FDOT District Three Design: SR 388 Realignment from SR 79 to east of the Northwest Florida Beaches International Aiport, Bay County

  • FPID 424464-5-52-01, Construction Contract No. T3702
  • HSA Responsibilities: Signalization Analysis and Design, Lighting Analysis and Design, Roundabout Analysis, and Interconnect Design.

FDOT District Three Intersection Safety Improvement Design:  SR 291 (Davis Hwy.) at University Parkway, Escambia County

  • FPID 438276-1-52-01, Contract No. C9A15
  • HSA Responsibilities: Signing and Pavement Marking Design and Signalization Design. These improvements have been constructed.

FDOT District Three Intersection Safety Improvement Design: SR 10 (Cervantes St.) at North E Street, Escambia County

  • FPID 418439-1-32-12, Contract No. C9A15
  • HSA Responsibilities: Signalization Design and Lighting Design (Pedestrian Safety Improvements for ADA compliancy, overhead lighting, and pedestrian signals).

SR 30 (US 98) at Joybrooke Road (Walmart Neighborhood Market): Private Entity Permit Signal, Santa Rosa County

  • Agencies to Review/ Approve Design: District Three Traffic Operations and Design, Milton Maintenance, and Santa Rosa County.
  • HSA’s responsibilities: Signalization Design, online permitting assistance, meetings with maintenance office personnel, preparation & submittal of a Design Variance due to clear zone requirements, and coordinating with various agencies.

FDOT District Three: Interchange Exit Ramp Signing and Pavement Marking Compliance:  SR 8 (I-10) and SR 8A (I-110), Multiple Counties

  • RDB 15-08 was a new design standard for signing and pavement marking at interchange exit ramp intersections. HSA was tasked to inventory existing features and prepare a design to update each non-compliant interchange exit ramp.
  • After the completion of the inventory, HSA found most interstate ramps on I-110 and I-10 required signing and/or pavement marking upgrades.
  • Construction was completed by Anderson Columbia via a District Three Push Button Contract, FPID 220876-9-52-74, Contract E3Q29