This project is for the construction of approximately 3200 ft of relocated Quarantine Road, a City-owned, two-lane roadway which currently divides Quarantine Road Landfill (QRL) and the former Millennium Landfill. Relocation is necessary to maintain access to the Hawkins Point industrial properties and the City’s Composting Facility while simultaneously allowing expansion of the QRL. Existing overhead utilities and underground electric, gas, and water lines within the right-of-way are part of the affected segment of Quarantine Road and will require utility coordination and relocation, as well as utility design for new utilities. Some parts of the existing roadway will need to be reconstructed or resurfaced to tie into the relocated Quarantine Road.
CCJM performed a detailed Alternatives Analysis Study for this project and is now providing engineering design services to develop, submit, and obtain affirmation from the City of Baltimore (COB) for the relocation design. The design will follow the Alternative 1 alignment, design criteria, roadway section, and pavement section as developed in the “Quarantine Road Landfill Phase 2 – Alternatives Analysis Study.” The project limits are within the current City of Baltimore right-of-way and will be delivered per applicable Federal/State/Local processes and procedures.
Project Cost: $10,200,000 (est)