Bethlehem Nugent Sand & Gravel

Bethlehem Nugent Sand & Gravel

Bethlehem, IN

Nugent Sand & Gravel

HWC is responsible for the full-time inspection of the construction of Camp Creek – Bethlehem Road. This project is 0.665 miles long and is located in Bethlehem, Indiana.

The proposed route is a new segment of road that will connect Camp Creek Road to Bethlehem Road. The proposed road will allow Nugent Sand & Gravel to expand their operations in future years by shifting traffic around their property. At the completion of this project, Camp Creek – Bethlehem Road will be turned over to Clark County and open to through-traffic.

The scope of the project includes clearing the fields and wooded areas within the proposed right-of-way, excavating an existing dirt stockpile, installing drainage culverts and ditches, constructing embankments and side slopes, building and paving the roadway, and installing guardrail, pavement markings, and signage. There is also a four sided concrete box culvert that will be installed at the creek crossing near Bethlehem Road.

Construction on the project began in the summer of 2019. The project was placed on hold through the winter and then construction resumed in April of 2020. The road is expected to be completed in June of 2020.

This project is privately funded by Nugent Sand & Gravel and is expected to cost $1,340,623.55.

Riley INDOT Asphalt Resurface & Bridge Replacement with Small Structure

Riley INDOT Asphalt Resurface & Bridge Replacement with Small Structure

Riley, IN

INDOT Asphalt Resurface & Bridge Replacement with Small Structure

HWC is responsible for the full-time inspection of the construction of INDOT contract RS-40163. This project is approximately 12 miles long and is located in Riley, IN on SR 159 from SR 46 to SR 246. 

This contract consists of two projects. The scope of the first project consists of roadway patching, milling, and resurfacing along SR 159 from SR 46 to SR 246. The scope of the second project consists of the removal of an existing bridge and replacing with a small box culvert structure near Blackhawk, IN on SR 159. 

The first project remedies pavement failures that were found along the route due to heavy traffic volumes and heavy vehicles. The second project replaces an older structure to remove the potential for failure in the immediate future. 

Construction on the contract began in July of 2020 and is expected to be completed by the end of August of 2021. This project is funded by INDOT and FHWA and is expected to cost $7,484,447.82.

Winchester Union Street Reconstruction

Winchester Union Street Reconstruction

Winchester, IN

Union Street Reconstruction

This project was a road reconstruction with storm and sanitary improvements along with new sidewalks on both sides of Union Street. New decorative barrier walls were constructed on both sides under the railroad bridge. Also, new retaining walls and handrails were installed for public safety. During the project a new 8” water main and new service laterals were installed throughout the entire project. The project was 80% funded by federal funds through the Indiana Department of Transportation, with the remaining 20% coming from the City of Winchester. Total project cost was $1.6 million.

Franklin US 31 & Mallory Parkway

Franklin US 31 & Mallory Parkway

Franklin, IN

US 31 & Mallory Parkway

HWC provided inspection services for the US 31 and Mallory Parkway project in Franklin, Indiana.

The project included a new stormwater system, concrete curb and gutter, street signs, sodding in all disturbed areas and total reconstruction, and widening of Mallory Road and Grizzly Cub Drive. This project was approximately 0.2 miles in length. 

The $580,000 project was funded by INDOT and the City of Franklin.

 

Franklin King Street Reconstruction

Franklin King Street Reconstruction

Franklin, IN

King Street Reconstruction

HWC worked with Franklin, Indiana to complete the $4.3 million King Street Reconstruction project. 

The project included adding raised medians, curb and gutters, storm sewer systems, interconnected bio-swales and rain gardens, a new roundabout, lighting, and drainage master planning for the corridor and adjacent properties.

Improvements along the corridor function as a gradual gateway into Franklin with an emphasis on enhanced roadway elements, such as curbed and planted medians, reduced lane widths, and other traffic-calming features. Portions of the project utilized INDOT federal aid funds. Pedestrian improvements were added along the north and south sides of King Street to improve connectivity to the surrounding neighborhoods, schools, ,and Franklin Historic Trails system.

Pedestrian improvements were added along the north and south sides of King Street to improve connectivity to the surrounding neighborhoods, schools and Franklin Historic Trails system.