Market Street Rehabilitation
HWC worked with the City of Salem to provide survey, design, permitting, and construction administration services for the Market Street Rehabilitation project.
Pavement width was decreased to provide two 12’ travel lanes, two 8’ parking lanes, 7’ sodded buffers behind the curb, and 5’ sidewalks. The project improved drainage issues and pedestrian/ADA safety.
Project improvements included a mill and overlay of the roadway, a new storm drainage collection system, new sidewalks, bump outs and ADA ramps, installation of new curbs and gutters, new signage and pavement markings, and a sodded buffer strip.
The $655,000 project was funded through the Community Crossings Matching Grant Program (CCMG). Construction began in June of 2018. The section west of Brock Creek was completed in October of 2018, while the section east of Brock Creek was completed in August of 2019.
Mill Street Reconstruction
HWC worked with the town of Veedersburg to provide design, construction inspection, and permitting services for the Mill Street Reconstruction project.
Project improvements included a mill and overlay roadway, new storm drainage collection system, new sidewalks and ADA ramps, installation of new curbs and gutters, and a new 8” water main installation
The $1.5 million project was locally and federally funded, and construction completed in 2017.
Concord Road Reconstruction
HWC provided design, environmental documentation, railroad coordination, and construction inspection services for this $2.7 million project.
The project included widening and reconstruction of Concord Road from Brady Lane to CR 350 S. This section of Concord Road included a one-mile stretch of heavily-traveled, two-lane highway in a commercial area. To meet growing traffic demands, HWC designed a roadway expansion to provide a four-lane pavement (full-depth asphalt), new curb and gutters, storm sewers, and a trail/sidewalk.
Extensive coordination with local property owners was required to minimize impacts during construction.
As required by the City for the trail portion of the project, the project included the largest quantity of pervious concrete ever constructed in Indiana. Detailed construction sequencing, regular community updates, and project coordination were crucial to this project’s success.
HWC’s inspection team worked with the contractor to ensure the project met all State and Federal requirements.
Washington Street Improvement (DPW)
HWC provided part-time inspection services for the $271,000 Washington Street Improvements project in Indianapolis. The project included removal of a double set of railroad in Washington Street, along with the removal and replacement of curb, sidewalk, ADA ramps, and driveways on Oxford Street, Washington Street, and Parker Avenue. A pedestrian signal was placed on both sides, along with a curb island on Washington Street. HWC was responsible for the inspection of the pedestrian signal, curb, sidewalk, and resurfacing work of Washington Street between Oxford Street and Parker Avenue in Indianapolis, Indiana.