The Georgia Department of Transportation is moving forward with the widening of U.S. 441 to four lanes, as well as plans for a truck bypass of Bishop. KCI has been involved in the transportation and construction management aspects of 441 for several years.
A $124,232 design contract for right turn lane improvements and extensions at the intersection of West Crossville Road and Woodstock/King Road has been approved. KCI is performing a traffic analysis, developing a conceptual layout for improvements and coordinating permits with the Georgia Department of Transportation.
Following the removal of Bloede Dam in Maryland, the Patapsco River now flows freely for the first time in more than 100 years. KCI provided support for the demolition process that has opened more than 183 miles of upstream habitat to migrating blueback herring, alewife, American shad, hickory shad and American eels.
KCI is leading the CEI for the I-85 widening in Georgia. David Glassman, a KCI construction engineering and inspection employee, captured photographs that were used in the final publication of this issue of Roads & Bridges.
The city of Seaford, Delaware, has begun the process of updating its comprehensive plan. City officials have partnered with KCI to collect current data for the population and housing growth within the jurisdiction, the general uses of land within the community and critical community development and infrastructure issues.
Grand Lake St. Marys’ microcystin levels are at the lowest count since 2012, according to tests performed by the Celina Water Treatment Plant. KCI developed components of the strategic plan for GLSM that overall has led to a decrease in the lake’s toxin levels.