The project team provided an unmatched level of commitment, expertise, and experience crucial to the execution of this unique project in a condensed nine-month timeline. The entire team worked tirelessly to deliver this unique project and restore a vital transportation network to the city.
The Lesner Bridge is arguably Virginia Beach's signature bridge and boasts an average annual daily traffic (AADT) count of over 20,000 vehicles. The City of Virginia Beach set a goal to produce a bridge with a 100-year lifespan that incorporated new aesthetics and safety measures.
Improvements of US 20 BR West State Street consisted of a new four-lane roadway with two lanes in each direction separated by a 22-foot wide landscaped median and features a curb-and-gutter design and an enclosed drainage system.
RS&H, as the prime CEI consultant, is providing Construction Engineering and Inspection Services for the widening of 5.5 miles of IH 45 between Houston and Galveston from six to eight interstate mainlanes and six lanes of frontage roads.
RS&H provided a constructability assessment, Construction Time Determination (CTD) schedule, and Independent Cost Estimate (ICE) for this large urban project involving the construction of an 8 mi. extension to the NYCTA system.
RS&H is providing CEI Services for the I-26 Widening project which consists of approximately 9.1 miles of improvements to I-26 from just north of US 64 to just south of NC 280 and ties into the I-26 project to the north.
This innovative and cost-effective design-build project comprised the design and construction of 6.1 miles of roadway, including a limited access toll road and a non-tolled local road in Lake and Seminole Counties, Florida.
RS&H was tasked by environmental agencies to design the ends of the bridge to minimize impacts to coastal wetlands in order for the project to be permitted. We had the challenge of designing bridge bent locations to avoid a submerged aquatic vegetation area under part of the bridge.