ENGINEERING • ENVIRONMENTAL • SURVEY

West Main Street Realignment Phase 2

 Kelso, Washington
PROJECT PROFILE
This arterial realignment and widening project provided multi-modal improvements to enhance safety and reduce congestion through West Kelso.
  Rich Darland, PE, Senior Engineer

This project involves five blocks of street widening from three lanes to five lanes, sidewalk, bike lanes, utility relocation, landscaping, irrigation, city utility upgrades, two traffic signal replacements, and right-of-way (ROW) acquisition. The project is funded by both federal funds and a Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) grant.

West Main Street Realignment 4

PBS led a team to update the NEPA documentation based on the current regulations, confirming the finding of Documented Categorical Exclusion. PBS also led the public involvement effort to educate the community on planned improvements, ROW acquisition process and timing of construction. The PBS team provided project management, civil engineering, geotechnical study and pavement design, environmental review, utility coordination, and construction management.

Client
City of Kelso
Location
Kelso, Washington
Services
Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Construction Management, Environmental Engineering, Health & Safety, Surveying, Corridor Widening, Utility Coordination, Federal Funding, Drainage Improvements, Pavement Design, PS&E, ROW Acquisition, Cultural Resource Evaluation
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