Church Avenue Roadway Project Scope
Our team provided engineering services for the improvement of Church Avenue from W. Church Avenue to Range Line Road (approx. 5,400 feet).
CPWG Complete Streets Design
- Two Ten-Foot Lanes
- A Five-Foot Sidewalk With a Type F Curb
- A Ribbon Curb on the Opposite Side With a Swale.
- Driveway Modifications
- Designing and Permitting
Before: Church Avenue Roadway Assessment
Many portions of the roadway were lacking safe access routes for pedestrians or bicycles.
CPWG design adding curbing, drainage, sidewalks as needed.
After: CPWG Designed Upgrades
- Mill and resurface the roadway
- Replace all roadway painting and markings
- Add curbing
- Add a drainage system
Church Avenue Roadway Improvements
The CPWG Engineering’s Church Avenue roadway design project involved paving the existing dirt roads or “cold” paved roads and adding curbing, drainage, sidewalks as needed. Our team provided engineering services for the improvement of approximately 5,400 feet of Church Avenue. The project scope was to mill and resurface, as well as add curbing and a drainage system.
A Pavement Inspection survey was taken that included the current location and condition of pavement, curbing, sidewalks, and drives. A survey was conducted to accurately locate the relief of the project site, including all ditches, swales, berms, ridges and other break lines. Prior to beginning the master design utility poles, overhead lines, fences, transformers, cleanouts, valves, meters, buildings and structures along the route were identified and surveyed. The resulting digital terrain model (DTM) provided the baseline information for our design team
The CPWG Design Team’s intent was to add the drainage improvements from the start to Tiberon Cove Road and to only mill and resurface from Tiberon Cove Road to Range Line Road. Over the course of this project, our team was responsible for designing and permitting two ten-foot lanes, one five-foot sidewalk with a type F curb, and a ribbon curb on the opposite side with a swale. Our engineers also designed two sections where the existing asphalt roadways would be removed and placed with brick pavers. Driveway modifications were made to fit the City’s standards, and all roadway painting and markings were planned.