|Type:||Parks, Trails & Recreation – Construction Oversight|
|KL’s Role:||Prime Consultant|
|Location:||Kenosha County, Wisconsin|
|Limits:||114th Avenue to Bain Station Road (Pleasant Prairie)|
|Construction Complete:||July 2020|
|Construction Cost:||$1.52 Million|
WisDOT Non-Traditional Project
Trail Construction Oversight:
- Submittals Review
- Materials Testing
- Field Inspection
- Progress Meetings & Reporting
- Significant Storm Sewer Field Modifications
- Public Involvement
- Multi-jurisdictional Coordination
- Federal, State & Local Permit Oversight
- Trail, Boardwalk & Bridge Inspection
- Added Roadway Improvements
- Added County-staffed Trail Work
- Pay Application & Contract Modification Processing
“I have been extremely impressed with KL Engineering performance and level of service on the CTH C trail project. The KL Engineering professionalism, proactiveness and high level of attention to details are the main reasons why the CTH C trail project is a high-quality product. KL Engineering knows what it takes to manage a complex project. KL Engineering customer service is exemplary. The County looks forwarding to working with KL Engineering on numerous projects in the future. What an awesome KL Engineering team!”
~ Clement Abongwa | Highway Commissioner | Kenosha County
This 1.0-mile trail travels through 13 neighbors’ front yards and was built along the rural cross-section of CTH C. In addition to the standard 10-foot-wide asphalt trail, the project includes a 175-foot clear-span pre-fabricated multi-use bridge and 300-foot of boardwalk approaches.
The trail also incorporated extensive public involvement with alternative alignments, tie-in with Pleasant Prairie’s future trail extension, significant utility coordination / relocation, a boardwalk within wetlands, and stormwater modifications.
Full roadway closure and alternative detouring was accomplished through strong interagency coordination and extensive public outreach. KL Engineering assisted in the collaboration between the contractor and utilities for project scheduling when it came to light that all the utility relocations had not occurred as per the utility agreements.
Lynda Fink and Travis Brush led the construction oversight on the project.