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SPK Engineering's past projects

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Altoona Transportation Improvement Project

Michael Kilgore

Client: Engineering District 9-0
Contact: John Ciprich, P.E., (814) 696-7197

Blair County - This project included the development of a regional Travel Demand Forecasting Model, Needs Study and Alternatives Analysis for multiple corridors in the City of Altoona.  SPK and French Engineering LLC (FE) one (1) of  the subconsultants we have chosen for this Statement of Interest, developed the Forecasting Model using TransCAD and comprehensive field data collection. SPK and FE used the model to develop the Needs Study for the 17th Street and adjacent corridors, and are currently contributing engineering expertise in the development of the Alternatives Analysis. Our other subconsultant, Skelly & Loy, Inc. (S&L), chosen for this Statement of Interest, provided Socioeconomic Studies and assisted SPK with public involvement. Coordination with local planning officials and the public has been a key component of this project.

S.R. 4003 Section 003

Michael Kilgore



Cost: $1.2 million
Client: PennDOT Engineering District 9-0
Project Manager - Mrs. Melissa Irwin, E.I.T. (814) 696-6858

Mill Run Bridge Replacement - This project consisted of a new replacement single span, concrete spread box beam bridge to carry Broad Avenue (S.R. 4003) over Mill Run in the City of Altoona. The bridge design and traffic control plan were prepared for half-width construction to maintain traffic. The design accounted for the close proximity of two (2) residences and a major signalized intersection adjacent to the ends of the bridge. Additional design considerations included utility coordination to maintain utility lines across the bridge, traffic signal pole foundations in the abutment, ADA ramp design and turn restriction related detours and phasing.