FORT MYERS, Fla. - The project is months behind. There have been all types of problems plaguing the Summerlin Flyover.
Now, county DOT officials say the project was supposed to be complete by the end of May. There is little confidence in that time frame.
Instead, the construction work is expected to continue through the first weeks of June. The hope is, by that point, commuters may actually get to drive across the flyover.
Currently Posen Construction is being fined $10,000 a day for not finishing on time. The fines began on April 3 and now top $450,000.
Efforts to reach a spokesperson for Posen Construction were unsuccessful.