SICE has strengthened its presence in Central Florida with two new intelligent transportation system (ITS) projects in Orlando.
These new projects consolidate the position of the new office in Orlando, open earlier this year.
During last May, SICE has expanded its business portfolio in Central Florida, with the award of two new ITS projects as prime contractor.
The deployment of the Wrong-Way Driving Vehicle Detection and Countermeasures Equipment Phase II on different access throughout their CFX’s highway network system, which consists on providing wrong-way driving vehicle detection systems for ten access ramps within the Orlando area.
The project is particularly relevant as it strengthens the relationship between SICE and the Central Florida Express Lanes (CFX), with whom SICE signed its first contract in January for the Phase I, currently under execution.
The installation of the Wekiva 4A and 4B (SR-429) ITS facilities, from Mount Plymouth Road to SR-46, with FDOT District 5, includes communication and electrical systems, fibre-optics, CCTV and MVDS. It is SICE’s first contract as prime contractor with Florida Department of Transportation District 5 and might represent a value added when pursuing new opportunities with FDOT or other agencies.
These two contracts represent an strategic milestone in the expansion and consolidation of the SICE’s office in Central Florida, similar to the evolution experienced by the Jacksonville office in North Florida, opened over a year and a half ago.