Northwest Consultants, Inc. was responsible for topographic survey and design for this project. NCI prepared detailed design plans following the ODOT LPA process. Construction plans included addition of curb and gutter, and a bicycle/pedestrian sidepath along the east side of Grange Hall Road from the intersection with Patterson Road north to the intersection with Research Boulevard (S.R. 835). Additionally, the project involved the design of an independent bicycle/pedestrian bridge over Little Beaver Creek. Also included in the project were drainage improvements, subgrade stabilization, milling and resurfacing of the roadway, and signing and pavement marking improvements.
The independent alignment for the proposed bicycle/pedestrian bridge resulted in a need for proposed right-of-way. NCI staff coordinated with a subconsultant to ensure that all required environmental studies were conducted throughout the project corridor. NCI developed proposed construction plans and right-of-way takes that satisfied project needs and ODOT District 8 requirements while minimizing impacts to the adjacent properties.
CLIENT: The City of Beavercreek