The project includes topographic survey, preliminary and final roadway plans and drainage design for Bastrop Log Cabin, which was originally designed as a five lane urban section for one mile with a four lane divided rural section for the remaining three miles. Because of the cost associated with right-of-way acquisition, a new typical section has been used to best fit …
Preliminary and final plans for four lane highway from the Sabine Parish Line to South Mansfield. Portions of the existing two lane highway remained in place adding two lanes with a median. Responsibilities include topographic and property surveys, right-of-way maps, drainage design, preliminary roadway plans and final roadway plans.
AFJMc conducted a Line and Grade Study to three-lane a narrow two lane road. AFJMc is presently working on the 1st phase of the Preliminary Plans to widen the road and an existing two lane bridge.
The redesign and reconstruction of a deadly curve and the rehabilitation of the remainder of the road. AFJM corrected the curve to AASHTO and LADOTD standards to allow for a safe sight distance. AFJM also relocated an existing 8” waterline and developed Right-Of-Way maps.
Preliminary and final roadway and lighting plans for the revisions to I-220, the Interchange of I-49/I-220, the Interchange at Martin Luther King Drive, the south half of the Interchange at Highway 1, the roadway from I-220 to Highway 1, Martin Luther King Drive and the drainage design.
Widening of existing Traffic Street from a two lane road to a 5 lane section, with a divided median and apportion with a continuous left turn lane. This was a three-phase project.Third phase included a railroad underpass of the KCS railroad. Topographic and property surveys, preliminary roadway and final roadway plans, drainage design, right-of-way maps, and street lights. Lighting design …
Engineering design for the installation of roadway lighting along approaches and overpass at LA Highway 3 and Benton Road Spur. The design includes substantial reconfiguration of the roadway system to accommodate the growth of Bossier City. Award: LMA Community Achievement Award in the Community Development Category for municipalities with a population of 25,001 and over.