The ICC is a 17-mile roadway in suburban Maryland that creates a regional highway connection between Montgomery and Prince George’s counties. The last of four phases was completed in 2014, at a total project cost of over $2.5 billion. Floura Teeter worked with a team of engineers, biologists, and ecologists to produce final landscape plans and construction oversight for 14 miles of roadway.
Receiving an Honor Award from the Maryland Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects this project was cited by the jury as “a template, case study, and example of an ecologically sensitive road corridor that all should study and follow.”
The landscape plans included:
Floura Teeter brought a significant level of collaboration, coordination, and communication initiatives to the implementation team – resulting in a highly successful project.
Project Category: Transportation
Location: Montgomery & Prince George’s Counties, MD
Client: Maryland State Highway Administration
Contractor: Contract A: Granite Construction; Contract B: Keiwit Construction
Engineer: Contract A: Parsons/Jacobs; Contract B: Parsons
Project Costs: Contract A: $478,700,000; Contract B: $559,700,000
Awards: MD ASLA Honor Award, 2016; ENR Northeast Region Best Overall Project, 2011; Roads & Bridges Top 10 Road Project, 2011; FHWA Award for Exceptional Environmental Stewardship; MdQI Award of Excellence, Environmental, 2011; Women's Transportation Society (WTS) Baltimore, Rosa Parks Diversity Leadership Award, 2011