The construction of the new lanes is to be completed in two phases. The first phase, which consists of more than a mile of roadway, is expected to be completed in December 2006, while the completion of the second phase is not expected until August 2007. According to John Watson, Vice President at Prince, work is already underway for the first phase of the new lanes.
“With a very aggressive schedule, we wanted to get started as soon as possible,” said Watson.
“We intend on finishing the new lanes in the same time-frame as the original completion for phase one and phase two,” said Watson.
Once finished, the new phase of County Road 2209 will replace the northern portion of Russell Sampson Road, a dirt road which has outgrown itself in the past few years.
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, Palm Coast, Fla., The Villages, Lake and Sumter County, Fla., Solivita Community and Golf Course, Poinciana, Fla., the World Golf Village, St. Johns County, Fla., and Frenchman’s Reserve, North Palm Beach, Fla.