Infrastructure ─ Large Culvert / Stream Crossing

Morse Road

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Project Type:  Culvert Replacement
Project Name:  Morse Road Culvert
Client:  CH Stevenson
Location:  New Gloucester, Maine

Description:  Main-Land worked with a local contractor, CH Stevenson, Inc., with a design/build culvert replacement in New Gloucester, Maine. The undersized culvert prevented fish passage in all conditions. Coordinating data from US Fish & Wildlife, Main-Land designed a culvert that allows water to flow through at a depth suitable for fish passage utilizing “stream smart” design principles. Main-Land performed limited construction inspection and punch lists.

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Spears Stream Crossing Replacement

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Project Type:  Municipal
Project Name:  Spears Stream Crossing Replacement
Client:  Town of Peru, Maine
Location:  Dickvale Road, Peru, Maine

Description:  Spears Stream Crossing Replacement included an emergency situation expedited existing conditions survey; stream survey; permitting; culvert hydrology and hydraulic design; plans, specifications, and estimates (PS&E); bid administration; construction administration; and construction inspection of a 16′ total span concrete box culvert with stream allowed to elevation correct naturally. Main-Land coordinated with the Town and FEMA to successfully apply FEMA disaster funds to this emergency project.

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Warm Brook Stream Crossing

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Project Type:  Stream Crossing
Project Name:  Warm Brook Stream Crossing
Client:  Town of Phillips, Maine
Location:  Phillips, Maine

Description:  Warm Brook Crossing project included the emergency replacement of a degraded metal culvert due to the impending catastrophic failure of the Reeds Mills Road at Bragg Corner. It included an existing conditions survey, full depth reconstruction road design, 19.5 foot span concrete box culvert design, applicable state and federal permitting, plans, specifications, and estimates (PS&E), bid administration, construction administration, and construction inspection. Successful completion in 2015.

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