Our Projects

Gonzalez & Sons Equipment Inc. is committed to providing the best service possible for all clients. We’re currently adding new information on our previous and current projects to this page. Check back often to see the work we’ve done and contact us anytime if you have questions or would like to discuss your project needs.

All Aboard Florida Phase I (Miami-WPB)

Owner: Brightline/Virgin Trains

Location: Miami to West Palm Beach - FL

Scope: This project consisted of the track construction and rehabilitation for the new passenger train system from (MIA-WPB) Phase I. The project also included: Demolition, removal, earthwork/roadbed, track, drainage, asphalt pavement, and concrete work of all Grade Crossings within 67 miles (more than 150 crossings).


 North Hialeah Yard Track

Owner: Florida East Coast Railway

Location: FECR Hialeah FL Auto Yard

Scope: Project to include design and construction of three 4116 -track feet of working track, two crossings, and 5 turnouts; the design and construction of a site layout that provides maximum operational efficiency for the loading/unloading system of autos on to rail cars.


Port of Palm Beach – Spur Track Construction

Owner: Port of Palm Beach

Location: West Palm Beach

Scope: Project consisted of demolition of existing site paving and rail track and ties and replacement with the new track and ties, the project also includes the addition of new track and switches, site railroad crossing, pavement lighting, pavement striping, and of course all the safety measures to comply with port’s policies.


 Northwood Phase 2

Owner: FECR

Location: West Palm Beach - FL

Scope: Project consisted of the construction of a new track connection (The “New Northwood Connection”) between the FECR Corridor and the South Florida Rail Corridor (SFRC). The civil contract included: Track work, roadway modifications, grade crossing surface work, crossing warning devices, utilities, drainage landscaping, traffic signal elements, and involved a Diamond Interlocking.


FECR Bowden Yard

Owner: Florida East Coast Railway

Location: Bowden Yard, Jacksonville, FL

Scope: The project included design and construction for the track shifting of 700 track shifts and the extension of 3200LF of crane runways and associated asphalt.


Brightline AAF  Phase 2

Owner: HSR Constructors / All Aboard Florida / Brightline

Location: Phase 2 – Track upgrades from West Palm Beach to Coco, FL

Scope: The project includes the reconstruction of 156-grade crossings and 120 miles of the concrete tie construction.


Ritz Carlton Residences

Owner: Sunny Isles Property Venture, LLC.

Scope: The project consisted of the excavation and dewatering for concrete foundations, flatwork of all grades, sidewalk, curbing, asphalt, etc., and the beach renourishment of approximately 19,000 CY of imported, truck hauled beach sand.


Turnberry Beach Renourishment

Owner: Beach Club Acquisition LLC.

Scope: This project including the trucking and placement of 12,500 CY of new mined sand on the beach in accordance with FDEP, DERM, and other applicable permits, while also extensively coordinating with building residents the City of Sunny Isles for safe, prompt completion.


2000 South Ocean Drive

Owner: Kar Hall 2000

Scope: This project consisted of multiple portions, from clearing and grubbing the initial site for mobilization, to the mass excavation of the building’s foundation, to utility installation and truck hauling material to the site for grading and final elevations. This project presented its own unique set of challenges with the exceptionally small footprint and access to the street, each and every delivery had to be coordinate with the General Contractor and other trades in order to efficiently keep the project moving.


Acqualina Beach Renourishment

Owner: A3 Development, LLC

Scope: This project consisted of spreading and grading approximately 25,000 CY of imported sand to the Beach of Sunny Isles ranging from FDEP Range Monuments R7 to R10. The profiles for a section of the areas being renourished went from the crest of the beach and had the toe upwards of 100 feet into the water. This meant heavy coordination of the construction work with the flow of the tide, as well as continuing to adapt our construction means and methods in order to deliver a successful project within the scheduled timeframe.