Private  

2009 Safe Route to Schools Street Project -
City of Corona

Public Works  

K&A Engineering, Inc. prepared the design of a $750,000.00 pavement rehabilitation project for the City of Corona Public Works Department in advance of a City project calling for the installation of new traffic signals and pedestrian warning devices proposed as part of the Safe Route to Schools Program.

K&A Engineering, Inc. prepared improvement plans for 29,000 feet of City streets composed of 5 street segments. The plans included the repair, resurfacing, and restriping existing City Streets as well as the repair of damaged: curb and gutter, cross gutters, driveway approaches, sidewalks and curb ramps. Pavement rehabilitation techniques included removing and replacing failed trench sections and failed pavement areas, grinding existing AC and installing asphalt concrete (mill & fill), Crack Sealing, construction of Micro Surfacing, and construction of Rubberized Slurry Seal. Separate signing and striping plans were prepared for each street segment including Class 2 and Class 3 Bicycle Lanes design. K&A Engineering, Inc. also prepared the project bid schedule and costs estimate.