The project consists of the improvements of 2.96 miles of E. State Street by adding an additional left turn lane, new sidewalk along the south side of the street, signal improvements, milling and resurfacing, pavement joint repair, and US 33 lighting improvements. US 33 ramp improvements include full depth reconstruction, an additional right turn lane onto East State Street, and an additional receiving lane on US 33.
This project will reconstruct the median of SR 10 (Lorain Rd.) to accommodate a new northbound left turn lane. The traffic signal will be replaced. Minor roadway widening will also be necessary to accommodate the new left turn lane. New curb and walk will be provided. Existing pavement will be milled and overlayed.
Intersection improvement project at the SR 91 (Darrow Road) and
Graham Road intersection. Improvements include removing the
southbound right turn slip lane and traffic island to provide a standard right turn lane, upgrading the traffic signal and resurfacing the intersection and approaches.
Two lane resurfacing of 7.43 miles f existing pavement on County Road 3
Roadway widening and reconstruction
Replace structurally deficient four lane, five span bridge, constructed in 1931, with a five lane bridge including associated approach improvements to connect existing five lane roadway north and south of bridge.
THIS PROJECT INCLUDES THE CONSTRUCTION OF SIDEWALKS, RAMPS, SIGNAGE AND OTHER PEDESTRIAN INFRASTRUCTURE.
Shared use path within the City of Lorain. This project will consist of asphalt trail and related construction.
Resurfacing of 2.9 miles of East River Road from S.R. 254
(Detroit Rd.) to S.R. 611 (Colorado Ave.) Project includes
shoulder work, guardrail replacement, and upgrading signage.
The project involves the resurfacing of US422
(Youngstown Rd SE) from east of Laird Ave to west of
Ridge Rd. including curb replacement, sidewalk
replacement, traffic control signs and pavement
Replace a deficient bridge and minor approach roadway work, grading and guardrail work.
Construction of two drilled pile walls on CR20, a drilled pile wall on CR 25, guardrail construction, other miscellaneous items associated with the construction of the ATH-CR20/Var-4.47/Var. slip repairs project.
Emergency Slide repair, DSR #LAW-005
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Remove and replace 3 deficient bridges in Adams County, Design Build using State and local funds
Ottawa-Lucas Road Tr #3 reconstruction project.
Ottawa-Lucas road TR #3 reconstruction project.
Mill and resurface existing pavement, feather stone berm.
Resurfacing of 1.29 miles of Columbia Road (SR-252) from
300’ south of Carnation run to Center Ridge Road.
New installation , upgrade or replacement of guardrail.
Pavement repairs, pavement planing and asphalt paving
Improvement of approximately 10.63 miles of County Road 175 by resurfacing with asphalt concrete, constructing aggregate berms, pavement paving striping, and raised pavement markings.
Work to be performed includes construction of traffic signals, curb, curb ramps, pavement planning, resurfacing and traffic control improvements at Hague/Broad and Hague/Sullivant intersections.
Preble County Engineer
R Kyle Cross, PE, PS, County Engineer firstname.lastname@example.org
Reconstruction of Lexington Salem Road (CR 56) by widening and resurfacing. In addition, installation of new gaurdrail, pavement markinga, RPMs, tree trimming, and reshaping of roadway ditches will be completed. All aspects are necessary to enhance motorist safety.
Application of Item 643, Polyester, Long Line Pavement Markings on Various Stark County Roads.
Reconstruction of 1.45 miles of Bancroft Street.
Rehabilitation of a 1.07 mile section of East Cohasset Drive in Mill Creek Park. Includes resurfacing, cleaning and repair of stone headwalls and retaining walls, replacement of pipe culverts and catch basins, rehabilitation of shoulders and replacement of entry gates and bollards.
This project consists of 6,400 linear feet of improvements to Cleveland Ave, Schrock Road, and I-270 ramps including asphalt pavement widening and resurfacing, sidewalks, storm sewer, water works, street lighting, traffic control, and traffic signal replacement.
Upgrade existing pavement markings on various county routes in Lawrence County using 100% Safety CEAO funds.
The project will connect Tannery Park Trailhead to the Kent
State University. The connection includes the use of an on street bike route on various local streets and the construction of an off-street multipurpose trail along a segment of SR59 in the City of Kent.
Resurface 3.92 miles of CR 5 and 5.41 miles of CR 29 in Lawrence County.
Logan County pavement marking program - various routes
Upgrade school traffic signals, sign striping. Includes installation of solar-powered school flasher assemblies with radar speed read out, ground and span-mounted wires, and upgraded crosswalk markings.
Resurfacing Federal Street between Phelps Street and Walnut Street, also resurfacing Market Street between Front Street and Commerce Street including pavement markings and traffic signs.
Pavement marking on various Medina County roads.
The TRU - Tod Avenue / Atlantic Street Project consists of asphalt pavement planning and resurfacing as set forth in the plans and estimates. Manholes and catch basins will be adjusted as specified. Curb ramps, pavement markings, and traffic control signs will be completed.
The project consists of the improvement of 13,816 L.F. (2.62 miles) of Center Rd from Eastview Drive to South Main Street (CR-50) by milling the existing asphalt surface, performing the necessary base and subgrade repairs, and applying a new asphalt surface. Pavement markings are also included.
Emergency slide repair, DSR #LAW-009
Shave and pave roadway. ADA intersection improvements.
Restriping 14 bridges at various locations within Franklin County by removing existing markings and applying new epoxy lane striping.
Work consists of resurfacing 0.59 miles of Wheeling
Street from Randall Drive to Hollydale Avenue, and
from Brown Road to the South corporation limit. The
project will also include sidewalk installation, pavement
markings, and ADA upgrades.
The improvement of 1.28 miles of Alum Creek Drive from Performance Way to Integrity Drive North. The work: widening, a shared use path, sidewalk, lighting, traffic signals, storm sewers, and other work.
The project includes the installation of High Friction Surface
Treatment on portions of Columbia Parkway, Quebec Road, and W. North Bend Road. Project also includes grinding and
paving, pavement markings, and signage.
Maintenance of trail network. Items include signs, pavement repair, pavement markings, and fencing.
This rail to trail bikeway project consists of construction a 2.57 mile paved 10 foot wide bikeway connecting the existing Northcoast Inland Tail on Portland Road to the adopted bike plan in Bellevue, Ohio.
Upgrading 0.24 miles of US 422 (McCartney Road) and 0.08 miles of SR 616 (Struthers Coitsville Road) by installation of sidewalk and decorative lighting.
Asphalt paving and bridge replacement 22760 TR M.50.
This project will relocate four COTA bus stops, including the construction of two bus pull-offs (one on Livingston Avenue east of Hamilton Road and one on Hamilton Road south of Livingston Avenue). There will also be installation of new signage warning pedestrians to watch for vehicles and drivers to yield as well as crosswalk modifications. There will also be the installation of sidewalk on Hamilton Road and Livingston Avenue to connect the new bus stop locations to exiting walk and service roads adjacent to bus pull off areas.
Adding walk and a pedestrian island at various locations for Safe Routes to School.
Phase 8 construction of approximately 5500 feet of new shared-use path for pedestrian/bicycle use as part of the Carnation Bike Trail project for the City of Alliance. The project begins just south of as-grade railroad crossing along N Mechanic Ave and ends at south terminus of Star County Park District's Mahoning Valley Trail.
Reconstruct and relocate the Anthony Wayne Trail Gateway.
Work consists of rehabilitating 5.9 miles of existing
bikeways in the City of Oregon including the use of
asphalt overlays and asphalt sealers. The project will
also include pavement markings, signage and ADA
Widening project while performing a full depth reconstruction of the roadway. Intersection realignment with signal upgrades.
Replace the conventional two-way stop-controlled configuration with an all-way stop-controlled configuration. Provide signs, pavement marking, and overhead flasher controller.
County wide pavement marking of county roads.
Replacement of deficient bridge over Brush Creek.
Existing bridge along with abutments shall be removed. Stream channel shall be improved. Proposed single span composite prestressed concrete box beam bridge shall be constructed upon reinforced concrete abutments on steel piles. Total length of project is approximately 0.10 miles.
City of Beachwood
Joseph R Ciuni PE, PS Consulting City Engineer email@example.com
Concrete pavement replacement of Richmond Road northbound lanes from Chagrin Boulevard to Shaker Boulevard including chemically stabilized subgrade, curb and aprons.
Lorain County MetroPark
Jeff Knopp, Behnke Landscape Architecture firstname.lastname@example.org
Multi-use trail within the cities of Lorain and Amherst. This project will consist of asphalt trail and related construction.
Replacement of the Highbridge Road Bridge over the Norfolk-Southern Railroad including reconstruction of approximately 0.2 mile of Highbridge Road. The project includes the relocation of a 12” water main. The project is approximately 0.5 mile south of Liberty Avenue (US 6) in the City of Vermilion, Lorain County, Ohio.
Reconstruction of 4,075' of S.R. 82 with concrete pavement including replacement of guardrail, a slope repair, and miscellaneous drainage improvements.
This project consists of the resurfacing and widening of approximately 3.54 miles of Bogart Road, and related storm sewer and intersection work.
Planing of asphalt, adjustment of water valves and manholes, catch basin grate replacements, placement of an asphalt surface course and pavement markings, and the installation of ADA compliant handicap ramps.
Installation of 1.29 miles of paved shared use path; right-turn and left-turn lanes at two Quarry Drives; pavement planning and resurfacing; pavement markings and signage; drainage work; lighted crosswalk warning system.
Intersection and roadway improvements.
Guardrail replacement and installation on various roads in Mercer County.
Pavement marking on various county roads in Mercer County.
This Project comprises of centerline striping (Polyester
Pavement Marking) of 69.20 miles and edge line striping
(Polyester Pavement Marking) of 5.12 miles of County Road
throughout Harrison County.
Resurfacing 7.26 miles of existing asphalt roadway and adding 2-foot paved shoulders and 4-foot graded shoulders on each side ofroadway.
The milling and resurfacing of approximately 1.45 miles of
State Route 283 (Lakeshore Boulevard) from the
Cuyahoga/Lake County line to State Route 640 (Vine Street),
including replacement of existing pavement markings and the
installation of ADA complaint handicap curb ramps as required.
Replacement of the existing thru girder bridge carrying
Vanderhoof Rd. over the Tusc. River with a prestressed
box beam on stub abutments.
Construction od multi-use path to eliminate gaps that exist in the existing path. The project included new asphalt pavement, concrete curbs and ramps, drainage improvements, earthwork, pavement markings and signing.
This project involves the installation and replacement of concrete sidewalks along Cemetery Avenue and West 29th Street (Wade Avenue) in the City of Ashtabula.
The project involves the installation of decorative street
lighting, decorative brick pavers, seating walls, and minor
landscaping improvements along Dayton-Xenia Road, between Ken Klare Drive and West Lynn Drive.
The milling and resurfacing of segments of State Routes 18,
100, and 101 within the City of Tiffin. This project also
includes the replacement of any deficient curb ramps,
replacement of loop detectors disturbed by milling, and
replacement of pavement markings.
City of Sandusky, Erie County
Aaron Klein, PE, Public Works Director, City Engineer email@example.com
Wayfinding and signage project throughout Sandusky. There are many types od signs that will help visitors navigate the city in a more efficient manner.
Rehabilitation of the Historic Parker Covered Bridge over the Sandusky River.
Rehabilitation of the Historic Swartz Covered Bridge over the Sandusky River.
Upgrade school zone flasher assemblies on SR 725 (West Franklin Street) and install new school zone flasher assemblies on Maple Avenue and Iron Gate Park Drive.
This project consists of work to improve the downtown area of the City of Findlay. These improvements will help with
pedestrian travel on Main Street from Lima Street to Center
Street and bicycle travel on Cory Street from Lima Street to
Frazer Street. Main Street will retain two lanes of vehicular
travel in both directions with the installation of curb bump-outs and mid-block pedestrian crossings with refuge islands. The project will consist of, but not limited to, tree removal,
pavement removal, full depth repair, curb replacement as
needed, sidewalk repair, storm sewer, storm structures, asphalt milling, asphalt paving, signage, pedestrian signals, traffic paint, seeding, and landscaping.
The milling and resurfacing of approximately 3.0 miles of State Route 283 (Lakeshore Boulevard) from East of SR 91 to East Corporation Limit in the City of Eastlake, including
replacement of existing pavement markings and the installation of ADA complaint handicap curb ramps as required.
Widening of US 20 (Mentor Avenue) from SR 615 to Hart Street.
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Roadway widening and resurfacing to incorporate the City of
Canton’s Complete Street Initiative which includes on-street bike lanes, curbing, decorative pavement, sidewalks, lighting, signals, landscaping, retaining walls and SARTA bus route stops. Additional improvements to the storm sewer, sanitary sewer and water main will be made. All overhead utilities will be converted to underground.
The project will widen Dayton-Xenia Road to 3 lanes to provide a center left turn/two-way left turn lane, an eight (8) feet wide sidewalk along the north and south sides of the roadway, curb and gutter, storm sewer improvements, and replacement of the existing culvert approximately 1000 feet east of Research Park Drive.
The project is the removal of the superstructure and substructure of the Osborn / McManness Bridge No. HAN-502M-0.01, over the Blanchard River in the City of Findlay; Hancock County, Ohio; the replacement of the said structure with a three (3) span, prestressed concrete I-beams (spans being 76’-11”, 90’-10” and 76’-11” with a 4° left forward skew) with continuous reinforced concrete deck on reinforced concrete semi-integral abutments and cap and column piers on drilled shafts, 28’-0” f/f curb with 6’-0” sidewalks; and construction of all approach work including grading, paving and construction of all necessary drainage facilities. The project length is approximately 868 linear feet.
Improvement of 0.15 miles of Township Road 22 over the Ohio Turnpike with slope repair, curb installation, guardrail replacement, and installation of erosion control.
Description Major widening of1.10 miles of SR 747 from 2 lanes to 5 lanes in Liberty Township from Princeton Road to Millikin Road. Construction of NB Right Turn lane on SR 747 to EB Princeton Road and construction of a right turn lane on EB Millikin Road to SB SR 747. Shared use path and sidewalks are included. Traffic signals and, curb & gutter, storm sewer construction bio-retention pond, and culvert replacements and extensions are proposed. Project includes
4800 feet of proposed 12” D.I.P. watermain and appurtenances.
The project consists of the construction of the extension of N. McKinley Avenue to Stimson Avenue, where they will intersect with a newly constructed roundabout. This project includes the construction of pedestrian facilities, new drive connections, storm water drainage and Best Management Practices, street lighting and traffic control.
Mill and resurfacing. Also included will be some curb repair and concrete sidewalk repair. The segment of East Franklin street between North Johanna Drive and Lake Glen Court will be complete using local funding.
Design Build project to replace Bridge No. GAR 155 over
Camp Creek on Liberty Street in the Village of Garrettsville.
Work includes final engineering design, new substructure, new superstructure, and minor approach work on the existing
Resurface W State Street from Western City Limits (Christy Road) to Oak Harbor Road (SR 19), specific areas of full depth replacement and curb replacement.
Construction of 1.95 miles of roadway and drainage
improvements along Center Road, from Brosius Road to
Parkman Road, in Nelson Township. Work includes roadway
widening, resurfacing, ditch restoration, storm sewer and
Bridge replacement and roadway reconstruction project on 12th St. NW in Canton from I-77 to the Akron Metro RR tracks. The bridge over the raceway and the West Branch of the Nimishillen Creek will be replaces and changes made to adjacent trails and walking path.
Project includes 0.26 miles of widening along SR 73 for turn lanes at the intersection with SR 741, lighting and signal upgrades. Restriping and minor curb adjustments are proposed along SR 741 for 0.15 miles.
Improve the operation and safety of the Beeson St/Freshley Ave. intersection by constructing a modern, single lane roundabout to replace the existing stop controlled intersection. The project includes removing the existing pavement, grading, constructing a modern roundabout with splitter islands, relocating storm-sewers, two 54-inch culverts, applying pavement markings and installing traffic signs, lighting and landscaping.
Signal upgrade and coordination, including fiber optic interconnect, new signal heads, pedestrian signals, ADA pushbuttons, video detection, and emergency pre-emption on West Market Street, from Hawkins to Portage Path in the City of Akron.
Resurfacing approximately 22 miles of various Champaign
This project includes upgrading the pedestrian signals at twenty-three (23) signalized intersections utilizing countdown pedestrian signals, Also, this project includes the installation of Rapid Rectangular Flashing Beacons (RRFB) at two school crossings.
This project involves resurfacing along Jamaica Road from SR 123 (south end) to the north line of the Carlisle Local School District (north end). Improvements include 2-inch pavement planing and asphalt overlay with full depth base repairs, utility manhole and valve adjustments, thermoplastic striping, raised pavement markings to improve safety and signal loop detector replacements.
This improvement shall consist of Milling, Resurfacing, Pavement Makings, traffic controls, signs, and traffic signal loop replacement as set forth in the plan and estimates. The length of this project is approximately 14,723 feet (2.79 Miles) on S Meridian Road (between Canfield/USR 62 and Mahoning Avenue.