CANANDAIGUA STREET RECONSTRUCTION

HUNT completed the preliminary and final design for the reconstruction of three streets; West Avenue, Prospect Street, and Beeman-Saltonstall Alley, as well as two railroad crossings; Pleasant Street and Ontario Street. 

Small Structures Award

American Public Works Association

The street projects included full depth reconstruction, curb and drainage system replacement, watermain, sidewalks, and a bridge. The railroad crossings required extensive coordination with the railroad company and NYSDOT.  
Due to budgetary constraints the bridge needed to be removed from the contract. The project was completed in the spring of 2008 at a cost of $2.6 million.

The bridge piece of the project was identified as a possible ARRA (stimulus) project. This did require that the project meet all federal funding standards.  Inside of three months, all approvals were obtained including a determination of no affect from the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) which was granted inside of three weeks from the initial request. 


For the bridge project, HUNT was honored with the Small Structures (less than $2 million) American Public Works Association Award.
 

Client: 

City of Canandaigua

Location:

Canandaigua, New York

Scope:

Transportation Engineering

Structural Engineering

Site/Civil Engineering