MDOT M-150 Main Street Reconstruction
FTCH provided construction engineering and inspection services for the high-impact downtown reconstruction of M-150 in the City of Rochester.
Work on M-150 included 0.5 miles of concrete pavement reconstruction; curb and gutter replacement; storm sewer; water main and sanitary sewer replacement; sidewalk replacement, including ADA sidewalks and ramps; landscaping; permanent signing; pavement markings; traffic signal upgrades at four intersections; and streetlighting replacement and upgrades.
In addition to road reconstruction, streetscape enhancements included decorative lighting, pedestrian benches, trash and recycling receptacles, tree and flower planters made from salvaged bricks, bollards, bollard bike racks, and exposed aggregate decorative concrete sidewalks and crosswalks.
2013 Outstanding Civil Engineering Project of the Year Award - ASCE Southeast Branch/MI Section
2013 Award of Excellence, Urban Arterials (<30,000 syds) - Michigan Concrete Association