MORRISTOWN, N.J. – Louis Berger has been awarded a $20 million, seven-year contract with Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise to provide facility maintenance and repair services for toll plaza buildings along turnpike roadways in South Florida. Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise, part of the Florida Department of Transportation, is recognized as the largest tolling agency within the state of Florida, responsible for toll collection on numerous roadways and bridges across the state.

image of toll plaza on Florida’s Turnpike

“Louis Berger looks forward to delivering reliable facilities asset management services to support one of the nation’s most innovative tolling agencies,” said Andy Bailey, president of Louis Berger’s Services operating company.

As part of the contract, Louis Berger will perform routine, preventative maintenance and repair activities on all equipment, buildings and facilities associated with the toll plazas along 175 miles of the Turnpike in South Florida. This includes the maintenance and repair of 224 toll facilities, 625 heating, ventilating, and air conditioning units, 26 lift stations, 132 electrical and emergency power generators, and more than 100 backflow prevention devices.

For more than 20 years, Louis Berger has been providing facility operation and maintenance support services for state departments of transportation, including maintenance for welcome centers and rest areas.   

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