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SPK Engineering's past projects

Filtering by Tag: Traffic Signal

S.R. 0065 Section A11

Michael Kilgore

Cost: $1.5 million
Client: Engineering District 11-0
Contact: Mr. John Alvetro (412) 429-5088

Ohio River Boulevard - Widening and Resurfacing - This project consisted of widening Ohio River Boulevard from 40’ to 52’ for use of a proposed center lane. The project also included a traffic signal upgrade as well as drainage and signing/pavement marking improvements. Critical design activities were maintaining access to businesses, utility relocation design, and construction schedule relative to utility on-site relocations.


S.R. 0030 Section 136

Michael Kilgore

Cost: $1.5 million
Project Length: 3,719' (0.704 mile)
Client: PennDOT Engineering District 12-0
Contact: Mr. William Oshnack (724-439-7321)

Roadway Construction - The project involved the widening of Route 30 in North Huntingdon Township to accommodate left turn lanes. Surface improvements and the replacement of two traffic signals at the Malts Lane intersection and the Lincoln Way intersection were also included with the project



S.R. 0030, Section 134

Michael Kilgore

Project Cost: $7.9 Million
Contact - Mr. Bill Oshnack (724) 439-7321
Project Letting - December 2011
Roadway Widening and Safety Improvements - Westmoreland County -  Project Length - 1.5 miles - The project consisted of widening an urban arterial to five lanes with turning lanes and intersection improvements. The project is located in a highly commercialized area. The Traffic Control Plan provided the contractor flexibility while maintaining four lanes of traffic during peak hours. In-depth utility coordination was started early to ensure the project schedule was met. Design work consisted of drainage improvements, storm water management facilities, traffic signal upgrades, geotechnical design and signing and pavement marking upgrades.