The Right Team for the
Port Access Road Project


Fluor Enterprises, Inc. (Fluor), is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fluor Corporation, the largest publicly traded engineering and construction company in the U.S. Fluor is a FORTUNE 500 company (#136) with 2014 revenues of more than $21.5 billion and a strong balance sheet. Fluor has led in the delivery of a wide range of large design-build transportation projects, including the 495 and 95 Express Lanes in Virginia, the I-15 CORE Project in Utah, and the Conway Bypass in South Carolina. As one of the Top 50 largest employers in the Palmetto State, Fluor operates a home-office campus with 2,200 personnel in Greenville.




The Lane Construction Corporation (Lane) has been delivering transportation projects for 125 years and is one of the nation’s leading transportation and heavy civil contractors. Lane currently ranks #1 in Highways in Engineering News-Record (ENR) and has annual revenues of more than $1 billion. Lane has delivered more than 70 design-build projects including the $1.5 billion 495 Express Lanes in Virginia and the current $2.3 billion I-4 Ultimate Improvement project in Florida. Having nearly 4,000 pieces of construction equipment and 4,200 personnel, Lane maintains an excellent reputation throughout the industry for safe, high-quality, and on-time completion of some of the state’s major highway and bridge projects.




Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson (JMT) is a multi-discipline A/E employee-owned company offering a full array of consulting and technology services for infrastructure projects throughout the U.S. Founded in 1971, JMT ranks #75 on the current ENR Top 500 Design Firms list, achieving this level of success by providing outstanding customer services with strong technical expertise. JMT's staff, recognized among the best in the industry by leading national, regional and local publications, has managed, planned, designed, and provided construction management and inspection on many major design-build projects in the eastern U.S. Projects range from local streetscapes to complex interchanges requiring extensive sequencing of roadway and bridge construction under traffic.





KCI Technologies, Inc., (KCI) established in 1955, is an employee-owned, multi-discipline engineering firm with more than 1,000 professionals operating in multiple offices located in 13 states. KCI has consistently placed among ENR’s top 100 engineering firms in the country. KCI has excelled in providing management and design services for fast-track, design-build projects. This experience includes 35 major transportation design-build projects, either completed or currently under construction, for VDOT, NCDOT, SCDOT, MoDOT, MDOT, and ODOT. KCI with 18 years of experience providing design services to SCDOT, has also led, managed, or performed major subconsultant roles on 12 SCDOT design-build projects since 1999.





Davis & Floyd, Inc., is an engineering, consulting, and design firm with more than 60 years of experience serving its home state of South Carolina. With a focus on transformational projects across the state, Davis & Floyd has participated in the delivery of the U.S. 17 ACE Basin and the Conway Bypass in South Carolina. With a team of more than 180 professionals in five offices across South Carolina, Davis & Floyd operates an office in North Charleston with a team of 70+ professionals.




S&ME, Inc., delivers engineering, design, planning, environmental, and construction services for the built environment. Founded in 1973, S&ME has grown to an 1100-person corporation operating from 36 offices across the U.S. S&ME is owned by its employees who remain faithful to the company’s core values of safety, quality, and client service. S&ME’s goal is to provide practical solutions to clients’ infrastructure, development, and environmental challenges. S&ME cares about its clients and devotes its abundant resources and technical expertise to helping them safely and efficiently meet their objectives.




Cape Romain Contractors, Inc., is a family-owned, privately held company, specializing in marine construction and heavy civil and bridge services. Established as a South Carolina corporation in 1946, Cape Romain has provided these services to the SCDOT, NCDOT, and GDOT. Other clients include the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; the U.S. Navy; the U.S. Coast Guard; and ports authorities, water authorities, and county administrations in South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia; and many private owners and associations. Cape Romain has never failed to deliver on a contract, and has experienced success on recent SCDOT design-build and SCPA contracts.