HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION
NORTH FULTON STREET REDEVELOPMENT
Following the devastating fire in downtown Wauseon that destroyed several local businesses, Adam and his staff provided assistance to the City, as well as Fulton County Planning and Economic Development Directors in acquiring funding through the Ohio Dept. of Development (ODOD) to acquire property and construct new infrastructure to support the redevelopment of the Central Business District. Adam was directly responsible to the City for the detailed design, bidding and construction phase services for building demolition, parking lot construction, new water mains and storm and sanitary sewers to support the proposed developments. All designs and construction were completed on time and within budget.
MONROE STREET RECONSTRUCTION
While providing construction layout assistance to B&J Concrete, Adam also provided services to the City of Toledo in the rapid development of revised pavement grades for the resurfacing and reconstruction of Monroe Street, from Detroit Avenue to Collingwood Boulevard and across the frontage of the Toledo Museum of Art. During the implementation of the original design, City and Contractor staff noted significant errors in the proposed grades requiring quick and thorough revision. The revised grades developed by Stantec allowed for the preservation of the existing historically significant front steps to the Museum, while meeting all required cross slopes and resulting in now significant additional costs to the project.
South & North Adrian Street pavement & Drainage Improvements
The design and construction included the reconstruction of the westerly portion of South Adrian Street, installation of new curbing and storm sewers and the grinding and resurfacing of the entire length of the street to the south corporation line. Additional services included the acquisition of funding through CDBG and OPWC.
FALLEN TIMBERS PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE
LUCAS COUNTY, OH
The Toledo Area Metroparks were awarded a TEA-21 grant for the construction of a pedestrian walkway over US 24 from the proposed Fallen Timbers Battlefield National Park on the north side to the existing Fallen Timbers Monument on the south side. The bridge will serves as an integral link for the Wabash Cannonball bike path. Adam was the Project Manager responsible for focusing the Project Team efforts and meeting milestones for the consolidation of ideas presented by the Metroparks and other stakeholders into representative renders and accurate estimates, as well as throughout the detailed design, bidding and construction phases.
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