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Traffic Signal Design – City of Richmond, VA  Project designer for a traffic signal upgrade project at the intersection of Westover Hills Boulevard and New Kent Road.  This signal was upgraded from pedestal mounted signal heads to a mast arm signal design.  This included intersection lighting analysis for the combination luminaire mast arm pole configuration and the detection is being provided by overhead multi-directional camera detection.  Researched recent records pertaining to bid item costs and formulated a final cost estimate for bidding reference purposes. (Streets and Sewers On-call)

Traffic Signal Design – City of Richmond, VA  Project designer for two traffic signals each of which will be controlled by the city’s traffic-responsive, coordinated traffic signal system. The locations for the signals were at the intersections of Clay Street and Adams Street and Marshall Street and Adams Street.  Researched recent records pertaining to bid item costs and formulated a final cost estimate for bidding reference purposes. (Streets and Sewers On-call)

Traffic Signal Design – City of Richmond, VA – Project designer for eight traffic signals each of which will be controlled by the city’s traffic-responsive, coordinated traffic signal system. The locations for the signals were at the intersections of Franklin Street and 2nd Street, Franklin Street and 3rd Street, Belvedere and Franklin Street, Belvedere and Main Street, Cary Street and 10th Street, Cary Street and 12th Street, Franklin Street and Laurel Street and Leigh Street and Lombardy Street.  Researched recent records pertaining to bid item costs and formulated a final cost estimate for bidding reference purposes. (Streets and Sewers On-call)

Traffic Signal Design – City of Richmond, VA  Project designer for twelve traffic signal upgrades each of which will be controlled by the city’s traffic-responsive, coordinated traffic signal system. The locations for the pedestrian signal upgrades were Broad Street at Adams, Broad Street at Foushee, Broad Street at 1st, Broad Street at 2nd, Broad Street at 3rd, Broad Street at 4th, Broad Street at 5th, Broad Street at 6th, Clay Street at 5th Street, Clay Street at 7th Street, Leigh Street at 5th Street, Leigh Street at 7th.  Performed the materials take-off for the signal modifications and created the quantity summaries sheet for the signal advertisement. Researched recent records pertaining to bid item costs and formulated a final cost estimate for bidding reference purposes. (Streets and Sewers On-call)

Traffic Signal Design – City of Richmond, VA  Project designer for a traffic signal/rail  preemption project at the intersection of Broad Rock Road and Belt Boulevard. This design included aerial and underground cable routing to provide a signal preemption cable for the CSX railroad.  Researched recent records pertaining to bid item costs and formulated a final cost estimate for bidding reference purposes. (CSX approval of track crossing is pending) (Streets and Sewers On-call)

Traffic Signal Design – City of Richmond, VA  Project designer for a traffic signal at the intersection of Hull Street, Midlothian Turnpike and Clopton Street. This signal was upgraded from a span wire installation to a mast arm design which included pedestrian crossing upgrades and countdown pedestrian traffic signals. Performed the materials take-off for the signal design and created the quantity summaries sheet for the signal advertisement. Researched recent records pertaining to bid item costs and formulated a final cost estimate for bidding reference purposes. (Streets and Sewers On-call)

Traffic Signal Design – Hanover County, VA  – Designed final traffic signal plans for the intersection of Chamberlayne Avenue (Rte. 301) and Atlee Road. This project included a four mast arm pole layout with in-pavement loop detectors for the turn lanes and side streets and magnetic probe detectors for the mainline through movements. This signal was also equipped with an uninterruptable power supply (UPS) to insure continuous operation.