On Demand Bridge and Design Services

PennDOT District 6-0 | Districtwide, PA

AEG was selected as a subconsultant for this districtwide open end agreement. All projects are administered by PennDOT Engineering District 6-0 and are located within Montgomery, Chester, Delaware, Philadelphia, and/or Bucks Counties. The work and services required under this agreement encompass a wide range of engineering, environmental, and review efforts with several different types of projects with short completion schedules being assigned concurrently. The types of projects include: bridge structure repair, rehabilitation, and replacement; environmental studies; and minor capital improvement projects. Projects often involve delivery of multiple bridge designs packaged into groupings throughout Engineering District 6-0. AEG serves as a retained engineering firm on an as needed basis, and is a subconsultant 2 years into a 5-year contract with the District.

AEG is providing project management, geotechnical engineering, survey, Right-of-Way, utility engineering, traffic control plans, and engineering support services for this assignment. Surveys consist of either conventional data collection, Three-Dimensional data collection, or a combination, as directed by the District.

The first work order completed for this contract consisted of the rehabilitation of Holme Avenue over Wooden Bridge Run in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. AEG provided supplemental surveys that included picking-up topography behind wingwalls where there was significant erosion, as well as below the structure.

AEG contacted all utilities to determine potential impacts by the project to each utility and obtained completed D-4181 forms from each utility as required by the District Utility Unit in order to obtain D-419 Utility Clearance. Right-of-Way tasks included current property owner record research, deed plotting, composite deed plot matrix map, property owner names, and tax parcel numbers.

AEG prepared the Traffic Control Plan in accordance with the Department’s scope including specifications that included the descriptions of the construction staging and phasing. Special provisions were also written for traffic control devices outside the scope of the specifications included in Publication 408M.