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Pulte Homes - Del Webb
Kimley-Horn & Associates Inc.
A new 18-hole, Terry Doss-designed championship golf
course in Ocala, Florida, provides a unique feature with
strategically placed water on 14 of 18 holes. Throughout
the course, golfers will discover tunnels that pass
underneath all major community roads for safe passage of
golf carts and pedestrians.
Two structures were completed in the spring of 2006 as
part of Phase One of construction. The aluminum boxculverts were installed under the main road leading into
Stone Creek, providing access for construction vehicles
and potential homebuyers to the development. They will
also allow pedestrians and golf carts to travel the future golf course safely under roadway traffic.
The golf cart underpasses each have a 21’ span and an 8’-10” rise. One structure is 122 linear feet in
length with 2.5’ of cover and the second stretches 83 feet with 1.5’ of cover.
Both structures feature modular block MSE retaining wall systems. Pulte also utilized Contech’s
A-2000™ and ULTRA FLO® pipes for the storm sewer system on the site. With a concrete pipe
shortage, the products helped lower the total cost and delivered additional time savings for the
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