I-4 / Selmon Expressway Connector Project a Huge Success
Supporting Cardno, Inc., QCA is providing resident compliance and administrative support to close out the Florida Department of Transportation's I-4 / Selmon Expressway Connector project. This elevated roadway connects two major east-west corridors and has dramatically improved the movement of people and goods to Port Tampa Bay. QCA's Leta Reale continues to assist in resident compliance tasks, managing electronic documents, organizing files and budgeting for office supplies. Needless to say, Leta plays an important role in the success of this project.
"Working on the I-4 Selmon Expressway Connector project has been a great experience," shared Leta. "It is wonderful to work with, and be part of a team with a diverse group of firms that worked together to complete a project of this magnitude."
This new roadway provides exclusive truck lanes for direct access to Port Tampa Bay, removing heavy truck traffic from local roads in Ybor City. Along with its commercial benefits, this project delivers an additional hurricane evacuation route and increased mobility for emergency response vehicles.
It has been a privilege to serve you on this project, Cardno!
Cardno, Inc. is an international infrastructure service company that specializes in the development of both physical and social infrastructure. Their highly skilled team focuses on effectively delivering sustainable projects and community programs around the world. www.cardno.com
QCA has more than 18 years of experience providing full-service communications and office administration for a wide array of transportation projects. These specialized services include project documentation, scanning, database management, EEO compliance and overall office management. www.QCAusa.com
Have you met Leta?
Meet Leta Reale. She not only supports construction projects as an Administrative / Resident Compliance Officer but she has more than 18 years of experience in business management, accounting and contract managing. Through her excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, Leta is able to manage the wide array of administrative responsibilities on construction projects.
Leta displays such exemplary professionalism serving as an Administrative / Resident Compliance Specialist for the Florida Department of Transportation's (FDOT) I-4 /Selmon Expressway Connector project. For this project she maintains the electronic records management system for incoming and outgoing correspondence as well as performs the tasks necessary to manage multiple document types including coding, filing, copying, scanning distribution and uploading to FDOT Electronic Document Management System Hummingbird System. As a resident compliance specialist she handles Equal Employment Opportunity functions such as payrolls and on-the-job training. Leta performs her tasks thoroughly and enthusiastically all while maintaining outstanding customer service standards.
We're so glad to have you on our team, Leta!
Active in the Community with Big Brothers Big Sisters
As a long-time, active participant of Big Brothers Big Sisters, Leta Reale is engaged in her community. She has been a mentor to 12-year-old Katherine for eight years and continues to find the experience rewarding. Katherine will be a sophomore starting the fall term at University of North Florida and Leta continues to support her through the college years. Leta was awarded Big Brother Big Sister of the Year 2013 for being successful in her long term-match and friend with Katherine.
For more than 100 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters has provided children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
"I strongly believe that without Big Brothers Big Sisters, Katherine may have become one of those students that would not have graduated high school. As a future college graduate, Katherine will now have the opportunity for a successful career. I am so proud of her," shared Leta.
I-75 Expansion in Sumter County
QCA is proud to be serving Metric Engineering, one of the top consulting engineering firms specializing in civil and transportation projects (www.metriceng.com). Headquartered in Miami, Metric Engineering selected QCA, with a reputation of being Florida's premier communications firm, to provide administrative services for the I-75 Expansion project in Sumter County, Florida.
This Florida Department of Transportation District Five project will widen I- 75 from the Hernando County line to south of CR 470. The project includes the widening of I-75 from four to six lanes and a complete interchange reconstruction at SR 48, including rebuilding ramps, milling and resurfacing and improvements at the CR 476B / CR 673 interchange. QCA's Ginger Miller will serve this contract scheduled to begin late this summer.
"I am very excited about being part of the Metric team on this project," shared Ginger.
Have You Met Ginger?
In addition to serving on the I-75 Expansion project, QCA's Ginger Miller has 20 years of experience providing administrative services to the transportation field. She has successfully served as an Office Administrator / Resident Compliance Specialist (RCS) on dozens of projects, and has a vast understanding of FDOT, CEI consultant and contractor procedures.
Ginger has worked with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Florida's Turnpike Enterprise and Central Florida Expressway Authority on several projects including:
- SR 50 widening project
- SR 434 widening project
- John Land Apopka Expressway project
- Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) Phase 1 and Phase II
- And more
As a member of the administrative support team, Ginger has proven to be exceptional in her organizational skills and is detail oriented. We are thrilled to have you on the QCA team, Ginger!