Project Description

HIGH ORE MULTIMODAL CORRIDOR

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The High Ore Line Multimodal Corridor project consists of the creation of a multi-use (walking and biking) greenway trail along abandoned railroad easements. The project spans a distance of 2 ½ miles and connects the cities of Midfield and Birmingham. The scope of work included selective site demolition; clearing and grubbing; grading; erosion control; paving; signage; ADA-accessible sidewalks; and landscaping. This project was funded under the Transportation Investments Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) Grants awarded by the U.S. Department of Transportation. Design efforts were coordinated and approved by Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).

Professional services provided included topographic surveying and civil engineering services. Engineering services included civil site design, site grading and drainage plan, erosion and sediment control plans, and civil construction details.

OWNER

The City of Birmingham

PROJECT SIZE

2.5 Miles

CONSTRUCTION COST

$2,100,000

COMPLETION

2016

SERVICES

Transportation | Traffic
Surveying