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SPK Engineering's past projects

Filtering by Tag: Widening

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. 0040, Section 108

Michael Kilgore

Project Cost:  $4.0 million
Contact: Mr. James Sisul (724) 439-7379
Project letting - March 2009

West Chestnut Street Widening - Washington County - SPK provided preliminary and final design engineering services for a 1.25 mile widening and resurfacing project through a heavily traveled urban corridor. SPK completed pavement, drainage, retaining wall, sidewalk/ADA and traffic signal design services and coordinated a substantial utility relocation effort. SPK worked closely with the District by leading public and public officials meetings with property owners to address public concerns regarding parking, driveways, right-of-way takes, landscaping and building entry.

S.R. 1030 Section B10

Michael Kilgore

Cost: $700,000
Project Length: 3,043' (0.576 mile)
Client: PennDOT Engineering District 12-0
Contact: Matt Skovera (Retired)

Roadway Construction - The project involved the reconstruction and resurfacing of S.R. 1030 (Scott Street) through the Monogahela Industrial Development Association (M.I.D.A.) industrial park. The improvements feature a widened two lane facility, new pavement, curb, storm sewer, and a new concrete railroad crossing.