Project HIghlights

  • $5M Construction Cost
  • Completed 2013
  • Civil Design:
    • Street Plans
    • Storm Drain Modifications
    • Traffic Signal Modifications
    • Landscape, lighting and sign relocation
    • Signing and Striping Plans and Traffic Control
  • 9 Alternative Alignments
  • OCTA Coordination
  • Meeting Coordination with Property Owners and Managers

Project Description

CNC Engineering provided professional design services for the widening of the intersection of Harbor Boulevard and Adams Avenue. Work included design survey, preparation of nine (9) alternative alignments, evaluation of each alignments based on level of service, construction cost and right-of-way cost, precise alignment plans for the preferred alternative, traffic analysis, private property impact analysis and right-of-way engineering services, coordination with OCTA for relocation of three (3) bus stops and for construction funding and meetings with property owners and/or tenants of nine different parcels and businesses.

CNC also prepared the final plans, specifications and estimates for the improvements including street plans, storm drain modification, traffic signal modification, landscape, lighting, sign relocation, signing & striping and traffic control plans. CNC also provided survey monument perpetuation for affected centerline monuments.