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RECREATIONAL TRAILS

GEC has provided engineering services on some of Central Florida’s benchmark trails projects. Central Florida has become a leader in funding, planning, designing and constructing a comprehensive network of regional bikeways, and pedestrian trails, which often utilize abandoned rail corridors and incorporate pedestrian bridges.  GEC’s services on recreational trail projects include environmental contamination assessments, geotechnical engineering and construction materials testing.

GEC recreational trail projects include Wekiva Trail and Cross Seminole Trail in Seminole County, Tav-Lee and Lee-Wild Trails in Lake County, Lake Tivoli Bike Trail and Shingle Creek Trail segments in Kissimmee and Orlando, and the Cady Way Trail in Orlando.

Pictured: Kissimmee Trail Bridge at John Young Parkway, Osceola County.

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RECREATIONAL TRAILS

GEC has provided engineering services on some of Central Florida’s benchmark trails projects. Central Florida has become a leader in funding, planning, designing and constructing a comprehensive network of regional bikeways, and pedestrian trails, which often utilize abandoned rail corridors and incorporate pedestrian bridges.  GEC’s services on recreational trail projects include environmental contamination assessments, geotechnical engineering and construction materials testing.

GEC recreational trail projects include Wekiva Trail and Cross Seminole Trail in Seminole County, Tav-Lee and Lee-Wild Trails in Lake County, Lake Tivoli Bike Trail and Shingle Creek Trail segments in Kissimmee and Orlando, and the Cady Way Trail in Orlando.

Pictured: Kissimmee Trail Bridge at John Young Parkway, Osceola County.

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