Summer 2014: Chestnut Ave. Traffic Signal Project (12UR01), City of Roseburg Project Overview: Along Chestnut Ave. and Stephens Parkway a new 4 leg traffic signal was installed. Project updated all four sidewalk ramp ADA facilities and added Audible Pedestrian Push buttons, storm water, water distribution, as well as many other features. HEBERLY ENGINEERING assisted in traffic signal inspections, to ensure the signal was built as designed and functions for many years to come.
Summer 2012 City of Roseburg: Edenbower/Aviation and Edenbower/Stewart Parkway Project Overview: The City of Roseburg added right turn lanes at both signal locations to facilitate better traffic flow through the congested signal. In addition, the intersection of Edenbower and Stewart Parkway was upgraded to a visual detection instead of the traditional traffic signal loops. HEBERLY ENGINEERING assisted in the signal inspection for the two intersections.
Summer 2015: Crater Lake, OR Rehab West Rim Drive & East Rim Drive, WFLHD-FHWA Project Overview: CLNP West and East Rim Rehab project included reconstruction of the entire West Rim Drive and a pavement overlay of East Rim Drive from the North Junction to the Cleetwood Trail Parking Area, in addition to mitigation of selected sites on the East Rim Drive. The typical proposed roadway consisted of a 22-foot to 24-foot wide paved road with flattened side slopes (fore slope of 4H:1V). In order to provide proper drainage, localized sections of the side slopes of the road needed to be steepened (fore slope of 3H:1V).
Summer 2013 Corbett, OR Crown Point Vista House - WFLHD-FHWA through BANC3 Project Overview: The Crown Point Viaduct is a 600-foot-long concrete structure located on the Historic Columbia River Highway adjacent to Vista House. The purpose of this structure is to carry the highway around the rock formation at Crown Point, which was a serious obstacle to its construction in 1914. It includes a seven-foot-wide sidewalk, a micro pile foundation wall along the inside of the viaduct, and 29 support columns. The Historic Columbia River Highway is one of only two roads in the United States designated as a National Historic Landmark, a National Scenic Byway, and a National Historic District.
North Umpqua Hwy, OR North Umpqua Highway, SR 138E/Forest Highway 47 WFLHD-FHWA through BANC3 Summer 2010 - 2012 Project Overview: The North Umpqua Highway project length was approximately 14.4 miles. The highway parallels the North Umpqua River, which is designated as a Federal Wild and Scenic River, as well as a State Scenic Waterway. The proposed work lied along the existing road, although minor horizontal and vertical alignment changes were necessary to provide a more uniform driving experience and safe travel speeds.