Rehab of a Main Arterial in Port City, Garden City
Funded by a combination of several sources including SPLOST, stormwater enterprise funds, and grants from GDOT, the project featured the rehabilitation of a deteriorating 5-lane urban arterial in the port city of Garden City, home to the Georgia Ports Authority Garden City Terminal – the fifth busiest terminal in North America. Due to heavy traffic and truckloads, the road had exceeded its useful life and required complete reconstruction. Project scope consisted of reconstruction of 1.0 miles of the existing asphalt roadway between I-16 and US Highway 80 including full depth pavement replacement, pavement build-up and overlay, reconstruction of curb and gutter, earth shoulder and ditch improvements, pipe replacements, roadway striping and replacement of signs. The $3 million project was designed in accordance with GDOT Standards. Hussey Gay Bell provided Funding Assistance, Due-Diligence, Surveying, Environmental Engineering, Preliminary and Final Design services.