• ENR Magazine Top 100

    ENR Magazine Top 100

    ENR Magazine has ranked Target Engineering Group as one of the Top 100 Construction Management-for-Fee/PM firms in the nation in the latest issue of 2013 rankings

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  • I-75 Corridor CEI Services

    I-75 Corridor

    Target Engineering Group was recently awarded the contract for CEI Services for the I-75 Corridor from NW 17th Street in Miami-Dade to I-595 in Broward. Construction is expected to begin in May, 2013.

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  • Hurricane

    Target Engineering Group is the Emergency Response Consultant for Florida Department of Transportation Districts Four, Five, Six, and the Turnpike.
    We have extensive experience with the Emergency Management Program in performing damage assessment, monitoring & inspections, contract administration including invoice review for compliance with federal reimbursement, and assisting with environmental clearance support.

  • SR 821

    Turnpike HEFT Widening Project

    TEG was awarded the Turnpike HEFT Widening Project, a design-build project for the widening and reconstruction of SR 821.

News

Randy Scott

TEG is very pleased to announce that Randy Scott, PE has joined the firm as Vice President/Senior Project Engineer.

Randy is working out of the Port St Lucie office and will be managing CEI contracts and projects in addition to developing new markets.

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Featured project

Sunshine Bridge projects

Work is well underway for the TEG I-275 team working on the Sunshine Bridge projects.

Ron Ramos, Ghada Maghrebi, Roy Vaziri, Donald Altaffer and James Wilson are working on these 360 day projects, which have a combined cost of $10M+.

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Employee Spotlight

Coral Springs Employees

Our newest field office has opened in Coral Springs to manage the Sawgrass Expressway Conversion to “All Electronic Tolling (AET)” – This Design/Build Lump Sum project for Florida’s Turnpike will consist of modifications at the Sunrise and Deerfield mainline toll plazas and modifications to all fifteen (15) existing ramp plazas.

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