The manner in which the traveling public migrates from place to place continues to change with the fluctuation of oil prices, environmental awareness, safety and security concerns, as well as amenity desires. This can be evidenced by the increase in walkable communities, addition of bicycle lanes, conversion of former rail corridors into trails, increased availability of intermodal facilities and FAA changes to airports. KHEOPS provides planning and design services for a wide range of airport and transportation situations. Our clients include airports, airlines, transportation agencies, transit authorities, governments and private companies.
|Kenmore Avenue Reconstruction, Buffalo, NY
KHEOPS provided preliminary through final design phase services for this reconstruction project from Main Street (NY5) to Klauder Road. The project corridor forms the boundary between the City of Buffalo, the Town of Amherst, and the Town of Tonawanda. This project improved motor vehicle and pedestrian safety, accessibility and use along this mixed land use project corridor, which included residential, commercial, retail, and community facilities. KHEOPS was responsible for providing environmental evaluation, survey, design and bidding support services for the project. The project elements included: full depth reconstruction of the west end of the corridor, mill and overlay of the existing pavement structure at the east end of the corridor, addition of designated bike lanes, replacement of curb and sidewalks, installation of ADA compliant curb ramps, replacement of driveway aprons, replacement of signage and striping including safety upgrades, and landscaping improvements.
|I-285 at SR 400 Traffic Signal Design, Atlanta, GA
KHEOPS provided Site Assessment, Final Signal Design, Signal Permit Modification and Signal Interconnect Design on the I-285/SR 400 Reconstruction Project, This project consists of the I-285/SR 400 reconstruction of a design/build finance. The project contract is valued of approximately $458 million. Construction begun February 2017 and will be complete in June 2020. The I-285/SR 400 will construct new collector distributor (CD) system eastbound (EB) and westbound (WB) with braided ramps at Roswell Road, SR 400 and Ashford Dunwoody Rd.
|Millennium Parkway, Dunkirk, NY
This project was designed to provide more direct access for truck traffic from I-90 Interchange 59 and NY Route 60 to an existing industrial corridor that extends from the City of Dunkirk into the Towns of Dunkirk and Sheridan, New York. The project scope included preliminary through final design, including environmental considerations, survey and construction phase services. The design of this two lane roadway was progressed in accordance with the NYSDOT Locally Administered Federal Aid Project (LAFAP) Manual and involved the reconstruction of approximately 4,000 LF of existing roadways, and the construction of approximately 3,200 LF of new roadway through the brownfield redevelopment area. KHEOPS provided preliminary and final design services, survey, environmental consulting, as well as construction administration and inspection.
|South Abbott Road Bridge, Orchard Park, NY
The objective of the project was to develop a replacement bridge based on project needs and current design standards, while maintaining consistency with the abutting roadway segments and future planning. The existing 1920 single span bridge was removed and replaced with a new precast concrete three sided structure supported on pile foundations with piles driven to bedrock. The replacement bridge was built on the existing horizontal alignment and vertical profile. The existing bridge roadway width is insufficient and therefore travel lanes and shoulder widths were increased to provide standard clearances as well as consistency with the approach roadway sections. Standard bridge railing, transition railing, and guide railing provided to improve traffic safety.