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Roadway Design   
Design completed 2011
City of Tulsa Public Works                                 West 61st between 33rd West &Union  

Right-of-Way to Right-of-Way rehabilitation of one mile of arterial street. Included improvement of storm water structures and sidewalk ADA compliance. Original design schedule compressed for stimulus from 9 months to 2 months.


Various Bridges
Structural Rehabilitation                                                     
Design completed 2010
City of Tulsa Public Works                            various bridges, Tulsa, OK                        

Rehabilitation of 40-year old bridges. Replacement of decks and parapets. Rehabilitation of structure, piers, and abutments as required. Dawson Road, Pine Street, 46th Street and Riverside Drive.
  
End Client : ODOT                                                Main Consultant: Burns & McDonnell  

Metric design (LRFD) of two bridges along the widening of Highway 169 from Oolagah to Talala.
Bridges are precast concrete girders with integral abutments and piers. Also three Box Culvert Bridges.   

Bridge Rehabilitation      
Ongoing
Oklahoma County Bridge Departments                Main Consultant: Kellogg Engr
Oklahoma Department of Transportation                        

Rehabilitation of various bridge structures. Structural engineering for girder replacement as required. Structural engineering for bridge decks, piers and abutments as required.


Bridge Rehabilitation      
Ongoing
Arkansas Department of Transportation                Main Consultant: Paradigm Bridge
Oklahoma Department of Transportation                        Main Consultant
: PbX Bridge

Rehabilitation of various bridge structures. Structural engineering for falsework as required. Structural engineering for girder replacement as required. Structural engineering for raising of bridge abutments as required by resurfacing.

Roadway Design   
Design completed November, 2001
City of Tulsa Public Works                                 Romoland and Meadowbrook Heights  

Right-of-Way to Right-of-Way rehabilitation of residential streets. Included replacement of water mains, and design of storm water system. Replacement of a bridge was also required. Included Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP).