WHO WE ARE

HDR

For more than 100 years, over 45 in Florida, HDR has performed studies, design, and CEI for thousands of highway projects for Counties, FDOT, and local municipalities.  We are a full-service firm with the ability to bundle our design, procurement, real estate, public involvement, and transportation decision economics and financial services to guide your project from concept to implementation and help you maximize the return on your transportation investment. Our technical expertise encompasses a bevy of disciplines, including roadway, structural, drainage, permitting, traffic, geotechnical, environmental, visualization, project controls and much more.


We have a proven history of providing a high level of client service and developing practical solutions to a wide range of design challenges. We have worked hard to build trust and rapport; this dedication has led to HDR being regarded as a trusted advisor by many of our local and statewide clients.  
Our South Florida based staff of professionals are up to speed on the latest industry standards and techniques, and we know how to apply these techniques to the many aspects of our client’s projects. When you entrust your project to us, you can be sure that it will adhere to federal, state and local design criteria, and consider the larger social, economic and environmental issues involved. Our focus is on designing safe, efficient travel conditions for every project.

WOOD

Wood has been helping federal, state, county, and municipal agencies successfully complete transportation projects since 1975. Wood’s engineers, planners, scientists, and administrative professionals have completed studies and designed successful transportation projects for more than 30 state departments of transportation and more than 40 county and municipal agencies nationwide, as well as for the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). These clients value their creative solutions to transportation planning and engineering challenges. In addition to their planning and engineering expertise, their multidisciplinary staff is actively engaged in assisting clients with right-of-way design and acquisition, access management, traffic analysis, and environmental documentation and permitting. Their design services offer the added benefit of having full in-house survey capabilities, including subsurface utility engineering (SUE) and also geotechnical, field, and laboratory services.


Wood has thorough knowledge of the requirements and procedures of the FHWA, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), and other federal, state and local agencies. In Florida, Wood is pre-qualified by FDOT for Group 3- Highway Design-Roadway, combining that expertise with extensive experience in developing transportation systems and facilities for complex urban street networks, rural highways and expressways and freeways, enables Wood to deliver high quality, efficient technical designs within budget, with an emphasis on quality control and constructability. 


Wood brings extensive knowledge of the Florida Keys area. As part of the Monroe County Canal Restoration Program, Wood completed the design, permitting, and construction oversight for six demonstration projects that were completed to evaluate the feasibility and cost of implementation of the technologies selected as part of Phase II of the Canal Management Master Plan.

Erin L. Deady, P.A.

Erin L. Deady, P.A., is a full service legal and consulting firm.   Firm President, Erin Deady, is a licensed attorney in Florida, a certified land planner by the American Institute of Certified Planners (“AICP”) and a LEED AP.  
Erin’s experience includes litigation, public finance, special purpose governmental representation and creation and land use planning. Erin is a frequent lecturer and author on climate change, energy, environmental restoration and public finance issues statewide and nationally.


Erin brings direct experience with Monroe County’s Sea Level Rise Pilot projects.  In 2017, Erin and the Project Team worked with the Count to complete a Pilot Roads study project to address tidal flooding in the Sands and Twin Lakes Neighborhoods.