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Home > Services > Construction Management & Inspection > Shiloh Road Relocation Project


Repulic Services, Inc.
420 Quarry Road
P.O. Box 128
Morgantown, PA 19543

Project Completion Date

Fall 2010

Construction Cost



Erosion Control Project of the Year,
Berks County Conservation District,

Project Overview

The Shiloh Road Relocation Project consisted of the construction of approximately one mile of relocated Shiloh Road. Construction tasks included significant excavation (~0.25 million cubic yards), roadway embankment/grading, drainage and stormwater management (including four large infiltration basins), paving, guiderail, landscaping, erosion and sediment pollution control, and other elements associated with the roadway construction.

The project involved the turnback of Shiloh Road from PennDOT to the two municipalities (New Morgan Borough and Caernarvon Township). This process involved extensive coordination with all parties to ensure the accuracy of documents and the timeliness of the process. The turnback was completed in mid-2010.

This project was designed and constructed on an aggressive schedule in order to meet the needs of the client. Within a 12-month period, the project was designed, agency approvals were obtained, agreements with multiple entities were completed, and the project was constructed.

TPD completed the following services for the project:

Turnback Coordination

Roadway Design & Cross-Sections

Coordination with Design for Landfill Expansion

Traffic Control Plan (transitions at both ends of project)

Utility Relocation Coordination

E&S Design, Stormwater Management Design and NPDES Permitting

Permitting for Stream Crossing

Preparation of Tabulation Sheets, Specifications & Bid Documents

Construction Bidding Administration

Construction Management and Oversight