Cruise Terminal #1 South Parking Expansion

RUSH Construction, Inc. was the General Contractor for the CT#1 South Side Parking Lot for the Canaveral Port Authority. This project consisted of the demolition, grading, paving and striping of a new 251-space parking lot, complete with new lighting, security fencing, cameras, and landscaping. The new parking lot allows for additional parking as the new…

Embraer Executive Aircraft Security Checkpoint

RUSH Construction Inc. was awarded the Design-Build contract for Embraer’s Security Checkpoint project on June 8, 2018. RUSH served as the design-builder for the security checkpoint project at Embraer’s campus located at the Melbourne International Airport. The project consisted of installing two premanufactured guard stations, associated site work and utility work. The security checkpoints are…

Legacy Academy Charter School

RUSH Construction re-purposed a former Publix grocery store into Phase 1 of a new charter elementary school. The 45,000 SF former grocery space was transformed into the Legacy Academy Charter School, with classes for elementary aged children scheduled to begin in August of 2018. Phase 1 will be open August 2018 with room for future…

Shuttle Landing Facility Fuel Farm Storage

RUSH was awarded the installation of a 20,000-gallon Jet-A fuel storage tank on the apron of the former Shuttle Landing Facility. The project consisted of site work, a spill containment area, bollards to protect the fuel tanks, and associated electrical work to tie the new system into the existing electrical system. The tank allows the…

Jetty Park Stormwater

RUSH Construction Inc. was awarded the Jetty Park Stormwater project under their Continuing Services Landside Contract with the Canaveral Port Authority. This fantastic local project was at Jetty Park one of our local beach tourism and fishing hotspots in Brevard County. The Jetty Park Project featured upgrades to the storm drainage system, and lowering the elevation to…

CPA S.R. 401 Shoreline Stabilization

Installation of 2,900 linear feet of Rip/Rap revetment along the Banana River in order to stabilize the shoreline along SR 401. The shoreline stabilization is installed at a 2:1 (horizontal to vertical) slope to rectify erosion and roadside infrastructure. Project includes erosion control and turbidity barriers, soil excavation (4,500 CY), fill material (20,100 CY), installation…