Ardmore Joins All Aboard Florida Project – Phase 1- High Speed Passenger Rail

Chicago — Ardmore Associates, an engineering consulting firm, that specializes in complex projects, joins  the All Aboard Florida (AAF) High Speed Passenger Rail project in its first phase. As a team partner with HNTB, Ardmore’s role is ongoing Document Control Management.  All Aboard Florida’s program commencing in 2014  and the expected completion date is 2017.  All Aboard Florida’s Brightline train will stretch from downtown Miami to the Orlando airport, with stops in downtown Fort Lauderdale and downtown West Palm Beach along the way. It will utilize 195 miles of existing Florida rail lines along the coast while adding 40 new miles inland to Orlando.


Ardmore’s responsibilities include: establishing and creating plans, workflows, training and monitoring all aspects of PMWEB; review and process RFIs and submittals; maintaining meeting minutes and proper documentation; assisting with project controls and construction management; coordinating MOT Internal meetings for permitting with Contractors, AAF, FECR and FDOT; and maintaining Redline/Revised plans and drawings; and other tasks as the project progresses.

Ardmore Associates LLC is an engineering consulting firm specializing in complex infrastructure, transportation and major building projects. Established in 2003, Ardmore Associates was founded by principals who share over 100 years of collective experience in municipal and federal facility operations, management and development. Ardmore is comprised of over 100 professional, experienced employees ranging from engineers, architects, certified construction managers, scientists and engineering technicians offering expertise in surveying; program, project and construction management; construction inspection and consulting. As a MBE/WBE/SBE, Ardmore is a  strategic partner to wide array of diverse clients who trust and know the superior value of our hands-on involvement and partnership that generates solutions to protect their interests. For more information, visit

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