Madison County-Countywide Bridge Inspection

Madison County-Countywide Bridge Inspection

Madison County, IN

Countywide Bridge Inspection

HWC provided complete inspection, documentation, load rating, and reporting of Madison County’s 213 bridges.

Of the County’s 213 bridges, five bridges required fracture critical inspection, seven required underwater inspection, and two required special detail inspection.

White County – Countywide Bridge Inspection

White County – Countywide Bridge Inspection

White County, IN

Countywide Bridge Inspection

HWC is responsible for the complete inspection, documentation, load rating, and reporting of White County’s 166 bridges.

Of the County’s 166 bridges, one is fracture critical, eight require underwater inspections, 11 are load posted bridges, and nine require a 12-month inspection cycle.

 HWC partners with SJCA to complete the underwater inspections.

Delaware County – Countywide Bridge Inspection

Delaware County – Countywide Bridge Inspection

Delaware County, IN

Countywide Bridge Inspection

HWC completed inspection, documentation, load rating, and reporting of Delaware County’s 193 bridges from 2006 through 2014.

Of the County’s 193 bridges, seven bridges required element level inspection, six bridges required fracture critical inspection, and six bridges required underwater inspection. In addition, 30 bridges were in a condition that required a load posting. Through coordination with INDOT and the County, HWC reduced the number of bridges requiring underwater inspections by 13 and eliminated five special detail inspections, saving thousands of dollars.

Muncie Kitselman Trail and Trailhead Park

Muncie Kitselman Trail and Trailhead Park

Muncie, IN

Kitselman Trail and Trailhead Park

The Kitselman Trailhead is a complex, multi-phased project that will connect the Cardinal Greenway Trail with the White River Trail while providing a gateway park for Muncie’s east side. HWC had the opportunity to collaborate with Flatland Resources and Land Collective on this project. Two phases have been constructed—a pedestrian bridge and the east side of the trailhead park–and the third is currently under design. This project was funded by INDOT and the City of Muncie.

Indiana State University River Campus Trail

Indiana State University River Campus Trail

Terre Haute, IN

Indiana State University River Campus Trail

HWC provided design, coordination, and construction administration for the River Campus Trail Project. This urban trail connects the Indiana State University campus to a growing area of campus along the Wabash riverfront, west of US Highway 41. The final design included a meandering trail to bring pedestrians safely under U.S. Highway 41 along an existing railroad corridor to the track and field stadium and along the top bank of the Wabash River. Custom engraved concrete planters serve as a safety barrier between vehicular traffic and the trail.