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SPK Engineering's past projects

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S.R. 3013, Section J30

Michael Kilgore





Cost: $208.912
Client: PennDOT District 12-0
Contact: Jeremy Hughes (724-415-1025)
Project Letting: April 2015

Retaining Wall Replacement - Fayette County - This project involved the expedited replacement of a failing concrete retaining wall. Three options, including a conventional cast-in-place concrete cantilever wall with a spread footing, a steel pile and precast concrete lagging wall, and a hybrid steel pile and cast-in-place integrated wall, were designed for bidding purposes. The initial contact from the District was April 2, 2015. SPK delivered the final plans, including a construction plan for the roadway reconstruction, a traffic control plan, and the structure plans, on April 23, 2015, 21 days after the initial contact.

S.R. 0070, Section 10A

Michael Kilgore

Cost: $5.45 Million
Client: Gulisek Construction, LLC
Contact: Mr. Clayton Stahl (724-696-3341)
Project Letting: November 2009

Bridge Replacement - Washington County -  This project is a design-build bridge replacement project. The project included the removal of a single span bridge carrying Interstate 70 (I-70) eastbound and westbound over S.R. 2017 (Dunningsville Interchange). SPK prepared the final construction plans, traffic control plans, and structure plans for the contractor. Construction was completed in 2011.


S.R. 0021 Section 10D

Michael Kilgore

Greene County
$5.125 million
Client: PennDOT Engineering District 12-0
Contact: Mr. James Sisul (724-439-7379)
Project Letting: January 2016

This project included the reconstruction and realignment of two intersections and a new traffic signal. The project also included 2,165’ of roadway construction.