Jordan Creek Greenway Trail Project

Whitehall Township, Lehigh County, PA

CLIENT

Whitehall Township
3219 MacArthur Road
Whitehall, PA 18052

 

PROJECT COMPLETION DATE

February 2018

 

CONSTRUCTION COST

$1,144,000

PROJECT OVERVIEW

This locally-sponsored, federally-funded project involved the construction of an approximately one mile long section of the Jordan Creek Greenway Trail funded under the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP).

The multi-use trail extends from MacArthur Road (SR 145) along the north side of the Jordan Creek, crossing under an existing bridge carrying Route 22, and ends north of the existing Mickley Road Bridge.  The project included the construction of a new prefabricated pedestrian bridge over the Jordan Creek.

Construction activities included excavation, drainage pipe installation, subbase preparation, bituminous paving, erosion and sedimentation control, post-construction stormwater management, concrete curb ramps, landscaping, and construction of the aforementioned prefabricated pedestrian bridge on cast-in-place foundations and abutments.

TPD was fully responsible for the construction administration and inspection of the project, including daily inspection and documentation of construction activities using PennDOT’s ECMS system.  The administration duties included preparing contract change orders and contractor pay estimates, contractor coordination, and facilitation of project progress meetings.

Berks County, PA

Service(s): Construction Management Inspection Services
Client(s): PennDOT District 5-0

Bucks, Delaware & Philadelphia Counties, PA

Service(s): Construction Management Inspection Services
Client(s): PennDOT District 6-0

Montgomery County, PA

Service(s): Construction Management Inspection Services
Client(s): Montgomery County, PA