The construction of County Road 2209 is critical to the present and future development of St. Johns County. In 2005 the U.S. Census Bureau reported that St. Johns County was the 9th fastest growing county within the United States. To keep up with this growth, St. Johns County agreed to build County Road 2209, a high-speed, rural roadway. Once completed, County Road 2209 will provide a local traffic reliever for I-95, the only other multi-lane north-south arterial roadway which exists in this area.
The first phase, which consisted of more than one and a half miles of new roadway, officially opened to traffic on November 21, 2006. The second phase of the project is expected to be completed during summer 2007.
The principals of Prince are Chester W. Prince, CEO, and James B. (Jimmy) Walker, President and COO. Vice President, John D. Watson, manages Prince’s operations in Northeast Florida.
Specializing in large site infrastructure, golf courses, plus heavy and highway projects throughout Florida, Prince’s highly trained, experienced construction professionals consistently deliver a level of quality and service unmatched by its competitors. Notable statewide projects include Ocean Hammock Golf Course and Subdivisions in Palm Coast, Florida, The Villages in Lake and Sumter Counties, Florida, Solivita Community and Golf Course in Poinciana, Florida, the World Golf Village in St. Johns County, Florida, and Frenchman’s Reserve in North Palm Beach, Florida.