Roadway Design Projects

  • CCJM provided Survey, Environmental Studies, Preliminary Engineering, Final Design and Construction Consultation for the removal of an at-grade railroad crossing along Irishtown Road in East Lampeter and Leacock Townships, Lancaster County.

    Keystone Corridor – Irishtown Road Relocation

    CCJM provided Survey, Environmental Studies, Preliminary Engineering, Final Design and Construction Consultation for the removal of an at-grade railroad crossing along Irishtown Road in East Lampeter and Leacock Townships, Lancaster County.

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  • When CCJM was asked to design a new bridge over Cacoosing Creek adjacent to a public park and in an environmentally sensitive area the solution saved millions of dollars and years of disruptive construction. The low-impact solution involved relocating/widening of about 2,500 feet of Reedy and Evans Mill Roads coupled […]

    Reedy Road Relocation

    When CCJM was asked to design a new bridge over Cacoosing Creek adjacent to a public park and in an environmentally sensitive area the solution saved millions of dollars and years of disruptive construction. The low-impact solution involved relocating/widening of about 2,500 feet of Reedy and Evans Mill Roads coupled […]

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  • Woodhaven Boulevard is a six lane divided arterial with heavy traffic volumes. CCJM developed the design for reconstruction of 3.2 miles of this route to improve vertical profile and safety.

    Woodhaven Boulevard (SR 63) Reconstruction

    Woodhaven Boulevard is a six lane divided arterial with heavy traffic volumes. CCJM developed the design for reconstruction of 3.2 miles of this route to improve vertical profile and safety.

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  • CCJM provided preliminary engineering and final design for addition of nine miles of auxiliary lanes, design for stormwater management BMPs and noise barriers between three interchanges, replacement of three bridges (two-span pre-stressed I-beam bridges) and relocation/reconstruction of 2,000 ft. of local roads.

    Johnstown Expressway (SR 219) Rehabilitation

    CCJM provided preliminary engineering and final design for addition of nine miles of auxiliary lanes, design for stormwater management BMPs and noise barriers between three interchanges, replacement of three bridges (two-span pre-stressed I-beam bridges) and relocation/reconstruction of 2,000 ft. of local roads.

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  • CCJM worked on the final design of a new interchange, overpass structure, auxiliary lanes, retaining walls, and local road improvements at Exit 17 of Interstate 81.

    Interstate 81 Interchange

    CCJM worked on the final design of a new interchange, overpass structure, auxiliary lanes, retaining walls, and local road improvements at Exit 17 of Interstate 81.

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