Indian Creek Drive Flooding Mitigation Project
- Indian Creek Drive from 25 Street to 41 Street
Scope of Work
This work has been broken into three phases, with a separate project for the seawall work.
• Installing storm water drainage improvements on Collins Avenue between 25 Street and 26 Street
• Partially restoring the roadway and sidewalk on Collins Avenue between 25 Street and 26 Street
• Installing storm water drainage improvements on Indian Creek Drive from 26 Street to 32 Street, including the underground structures and outfall for a pump station at 32 Street. Pumps to be installed in Phase III.
• Restoring the roadway and sidewalk on Indian Creek Drive from 26 Street to 32 Street
Phase III: (This segment is still in the design phase)
• Continuing storm water drainage improvements on Indian Creek Drive and side streets from 32 Street to 41 Street, including the installation of the pumps at the 32 Street pump station
• Final pavement restoration of the roadway and sidewalk on Collins Avenue between 25 Street and 26 Street
• Rebuilding and raising the roadway and sidewalk on Indian Creek Drive between 26 Street and 41 Street
• Installing new signage and pavement markings
• Installing new street lighting and performing minor signalization work
• Matching the new roadway elevation to existing driveways
Access to properties will be maintained at all times unless work is coordinated in advance with the affected property owner. On-street parking will be temporarily eliminated during the work.
• Rebuilding the public seawall between 25 Street and 41 Street
Phase I: Completed
Phase II Completion Date: Spring 2018
Phase III Start Date: Fall 2018
Seawall Work Completion Date: TBD
This project is managed by the City’s Public Works Department and is being constructed in partnership with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT).
City of Miami Beach Acting Engineer
Luis Soto, P.E.
Phases I and II: David Mancini & Sons
Seawall Project: Shoreline Foundations, Inc.
Phase III contractor: TBD
Public Information – HML Public Outreach
Heather M. Leslie