GLF is an international engineering and construction company, specializing in the areas of heavy civil, marine works, major bridge structures, general contracting, design-build and historical renovation. In doing business with GLF, our clients benefit from a tradition of construction excellence, with experience domestic and international.

Recent Projects

At GLF, we pride ourselves on a long history of projects delivered on time, of the highest quality and within budget. GLF provides extensive design, engineering and construction services to both the public and private sectors of the market.

SR-968/SW 1st Street Bascule Bridge
at Miami River, Miami, FL

Client: Florida Department of Transportation Location: Miami, FL Construction: 2018 – 2021 The improvements under this contract consisted of replacement of double-leaves bascule bridge along SR 968 (SW 1st Street) over the Miami River. The existing bridge was demolished and disposed at Julia Turtle Inshore Artificial Reef Site. The new bridge is 506-ft long x

New Taxiway A and Bridge,
Tampa, FL

Client: Hillsborough County Aviation Authority – Tampa International Airport Location: Tampa, FL Construction: 2019 – 2021 The project consisted of an approximately 3,000-ft. long concrete pavement cross-field taxiway with Cast-In-Place (CIP) Post Tensioned (PT) concrete bridge, a half mile of service road improvements, new drainage pipe and structures, 300 new airfield light bases and 100

I-40 from MP-46 to MP-50 Bridge Rehabilitation,
Buncombe County, NC

Client: North Carolina Department of Transportation Location: Buncombe County, NC Construction: 2018 – 2021 The improvements under this contract consisted of bridge rehabilitation – deck overlay with LMC-VES, substructure repair, steel beam replacement, structural steel repair, painting of existing bridge structures and granite stone veneer. Location: Buncombe County, NC. Total length: 4.614 miles.

Design-Build Ocean Cay MSC
Marine Reserve – Bahamas

Client: MSC Cruises, S.A. Location: Ocean Cay, Bahamas Construction: 2017-2019 Project consists of Transformation of island, currently used for mining sand, into a cruise ship destination. Work includes: dredging, demolition, clearing and grubbing, mass grading, beach grading and re-nourishment, bulkhead for cruise ship berth and marina basin, breasting and mooring dolphins, CIP reinforced concrete, rip

Sewall and Landing Dock Replacement,
Project No. 144876005, Miami, FL

Client: Mercy Hospital – Plantation General Hospital Limited Partnership Location: Miami, FL Construction : 2018 – 2019 The project consisted of installation of new steel retaining wall and dock at Mercy Hospital. It has approximately 778 SF of dock, 2,082 LF of sheet piles, tie backs, backfill and pour new cap on existing seawall.

SR-46 (US-441) Widening and New Flyover, # T5589, Lake County, FL

Client: Florida Department of Transportation Location: Lake County, FL Construction : 2017 – 2020 The improvements under this contract consist of widening of SR-46 (US-441) including existing milling and resurfacing of SR-500 along with a new flyover ramp. Work items include paving, drainage, sidewalk, signals and ITS along with two new bridges (Pond Rd and

Port Redwing, Phase VII-Berth 302 Improvements, No. 16-01914-07, Tampa, FL

Client: Port Tampa Bay Location: Tampa, FL Construction : 2017 – 2018 The project consisted of construction of new Berth 302 at Port Redwing. The project scope includes a 1,000’ long steel bulkhead, dredging, new access road to the dock and constructing a piling supported concrete slab for heavy lift cranes to operate upon.

SR-453 (Wekiva Parkway) from System Interchange to SR-46 # 429-206, Lake County, FL

Client: Central Florida Expressway Authority Location: Lake County, FL Construction: 2016-2018 Project consisted of 1.68 miles of divided highway with 6 bridges. Two bridges call for 18” concrete pile, and four bridges are designed for HP 14×89 steel pile. Two bridges have Florida U Beams, two have rectangular concrete pre-stressed beams, and two have structural

SR-546 (Memorial Boulevard) from I-40 to Wabash Avenue # E1P55, Lakeland, FL

Client: Florida Department of Transportation Location: Lakeland, FL Construction : 2016-2017 The improvements under this contract consisted of rigid pavement reconstruction, milling and resurfacing, base work, cub and gutters, drainage improvements, guardrail, sidewalks, asphalt shared use path, signing and pavement marking, signalization and lighting on SR-546 (Memorial Boulevard) from east of I-4 easterly 1.281 miles