Florida Department of Transportation

The I-4 Ultimate Improvement Project is a 21-mile makeover of Central Florida’s main interstate highway that is expected to change the driving experience for countless Florida residents and visitors. It’s the largest and most complex infrastructure project underway in the State of Florida today.

The $2.3-billion project is being developed through a public-private partnership contract between the Florida Department of Transportation and I-4 Mobility Partners, which is tasked with designing, constructing, financing, operating and maintaining the interstate for 40 years.

CEMEX USA is providing tailor-made solutions and building materials that will help to completely reconstruct the interstate, upgrading interchanges and bridges to meet the needs of the growing communities in Orange and Seminole Counties. CEMEX is expected to supply more than 4,900 truckloads of reinforced concrete pipe and more than 375,000 of the 620,000 cubic yards of concrete required for the project, which is being built by SGL Constructors, a joint venture of Skanska, Granite and Lane.

Florida Department of Transportation