Repairs to Hurricane-damaged Sanibel Causeway Completed in 105 Days


The scope of work, which Mazzoni says in a statement would normally take 18 or more months to complete, took 105 days.

February 12, 2024
Marigo Farr - Engineering News-Record

Permanent repairs to the roadway portion of the Sanibel Causeway are substantially complete one year and four months after more than 6,000 Sanibel Island residents lost access to the mainland in the wake of Hurricane Ian. The Superior Construction and The De Moya Group joint-venture team, responsible for the work, say that all travel lanes are now permanently open to the island off Florida's southwest coast near Fort Myers.

Reprinted courtesy of Marigo Farr, Engineering News-Record

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