Pedestrian & Bicycle Facility Projects

Transportation Project title Holmes County Trail - Phase 2
KEM provided construction contract administration and inspection services for the Holmes County Trail- Phase 2 project for the Holmes County Park District. This $1,100,000 Local Let Project included construction of 4.6 miles of shared use horse buggy/bike path trail from Millersburg to Killbuck. The 16 foot wide asphalt trail followed an abandoned railroad corridor right of way and included rehabilitation of three structures.

Transportation Project title Two Falls Trail at Cascade Park
KEM services included field survey, preliminary and final walking trail design, structural design and engineering during construction for the $650,000 pedestrian trail project. The improvements included walking trails and a bridge which spans 200 feet across the West Branch of the Black River providing a scenic view of the West Falls at Cascade Park.

Transportation Project title OSU Bike Trail
KEM provided engineering design, field survey, environmental coordination, and construction management and inspection services for the 3,000 feet extension of walking trail to the OSU Mansfield Campus. This project was constructed utilizing Ohio Department of Transportation Enhancement Funds under ODOT's Local Let Process. The project required coordination with the Cities of Ontario and Mansfield as well as The Ohio State University.

Transportation Project title North Coast Inland Trail - Fremont to Elmore
KEM provided construction contract administration and inspection services for the North Coast Inland Trail, for the Sandusky County Park District. This $2,000,000 Local Let Project included construction of 10 miles of bike trail from Fremont to Elmore. The 10 foot wide asphalt trail followed an abandoned railroad corridor right of way and included rehabilitation of five structures and a 300 foot long retaining wall.

Transportation Project title North Coast Inland Trail- Clyde to Bellevue
KEM provided construction contract administration and inspection services for the North Coast Inland trail for the Sandusky County Park District. This $1,200,000 Local Let Project included 4.76 miles of bike trail from Clyde to Bellevue. The 10 foot wide asphalt trail followed an abandoned railroad right of way and included two creek crossings. The two structures were rehabilitated and reconstructed with new concrete decks.

SR 611-5.66 Improvements SR 611-5.66 Improvements
KEM completed design services for this project under the ODOT Local Let Process. The Lorain County Engineer was the sponsor agency for 2.86-miles of roadway widening in the Village of Sheffield. This $5,000,000 project included widening the roadway to three lanes, improvements to the storm sewer system, three signalized intersections and the construction of approximately one mile of bike trail as an extension of the Lorain County Metro Parks.
Fredericktown Multi-Use Trail Fredericktown Multi-Use Trail
KEM provided engineering design, field survey and construction documents for the 1.5 mile multi-use trail in the Village of Fredericktown. This project received Ohio Department of Transportation Enhancement Funds under ODOT's LPA Local Let process. The trail followed an abandoned railroad corridor, purchased by the Village, and provided a connection between two parks on each end. The ten foot wide asphalt trail had an estimated construction cost of $500,000.

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