Experience Guides our Pathway for Design
Successful roadway projects require experience, problem solving and effective collaboration between the engineering firm, the project owner and other stakeholders. Our firm’s successful track record in navigating the state, local and federal regulatory processes translates into reduced risk for our clients, fewer questions and change orders at the construction phase, and reduced construction costs.
Although every project has its own set of unique physical and environmental challenges, our goal is to provide appropriate, cost effective solutions. You can expect technical proficiency, innovative approaches and responsive customer service from Trans Associates.
The following is a list of roadway design services we provide:
- Auxiliary Lane Additions and Intersection Design
- Bicycle and Pedestrian Path and Facility Design
- Bid Documents
- Comprehensive Construction Plans and Specifications
- Construction Consultation
- Cost Estimates
- Design and Pre-Construction Schedules
- Digital Terrain Modeling and 3D Applications
- Driveway Design
- Erosion and Sedimentation Control Plans
- Highway/Roadway Design and Rehabilitation
- Intersection Design
- Maintenance and Protection of Traffic/Aid to Navigation Plans
- NEPA Coordination/Document Preparation
- NPDES Permitting/Storm Water Management Reports
- Public Plans Displays and Facilitation
- Right-of- Way Plans
- Roundabout Design
- Signing and Pavement Marking Plans
- Utility Coordination and Design
We add value to the construction phase by implementing realistic construction schedules that minimize delay risks. Construction phasing is developed for the logical progression of tasks and consideration is given for the timing of activities that are climate sensitive from a material and labor efficiency standpoint.
Future maintenance aspects of a project are also considered during the design phase. Our team evaluates material life-cycles and costs, and appropriate recommendations are made. Our design professionals stay up-to-date on materials and construction through professional organizations and industry training.