For this project, Brockenbrough was responsible for design of utility adjustments in the City of Richmond along Midlothian Turnpike and German School Road due to conflicts with roadway and recent major drainage improvements. This very congested and heavily traveled area required significant coordination with the City of Richmond utilities department.
Design included approximately 5,700 meters of 150 mm to 500 mm ductile iron water mains, 3,100 meters of 150 to 300 mm steel gas mains, 80 meters of 150 mm polyethylene gas main, and 1,100 meters of 300 mm gravity sanitary sewer.
Brockenbrough was the prime consultant to VDOT under an “on-call” term contract. The project was designed as two separate projects and later combined into one construction project, funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 as a “Shovel Ready” federal stimulus project.
Virginia Department of Transportation