About this Project
EST’s project team worked together to provide design, procurement, and construction management services for a major City thoroughfare project in Melissa, Texas. The project consisted of 3,200 linear feet of Melissa Road including 700 linear feet of new roadway and 2,500 linear feet of reconstructed roadway, 200 linear feet of a new railroad crossing on Harrison Street, and 2,100 linear feet of reconstruction for various connecting cross streets from existing asphalt streets to new curb and gutter streets with sidewalk, drainage, and utility improvements.
Drainage improvements include 3,600 linear feet of 15-inch to 48-inch RCP, 1,400 linear feet of box culverts ranging in size from 4’x2’ RCB to 10’x4’ RCB, headwalls, drop inlets, curb inlets, manholes, and channels. New water line improvements include 3,500 linear feet of 6-inch to 24-inch water pipe with associated valves, hydrants, fittings, and steel encasement. Project required adjustment to sanitary sewer laterals, cleanouts, and manholes, new street lighting, new traffic signals, traffic control design and coordination, hydraulic mulching, sod, fencing, and erosion control. Construction management and coordination with DART, TxDOT, franchise utilities, and the public was required and is ongoing.
Additional services provided by EST included surveying, staking, and material testing services.
The EST team performed – Services Provided:
- Roadway Design
- Traffic Signal & Traffic Control Design
- Geotechnical Investigations
- Storm Sewer Design & Hydraulic Analysis
- Traffic Signing and Striping
- Erosion Control Design
- Sequence of Construction
- ADA Sidewalk Compliance
- Sanitary Sewer Design
- Water Line Design
- Construction management
- Surveying & Staking
- Material Testing
EST Project Manager: Casey Berend, PE
Construction Costs: $8.9 Million
Completion Date: On Going
Project Owner – City of Melissa, Texas