Bristow Park Neighborhood Rehabilitation Project
OE provided design, construction management and inspection services on this CDBG-funded roadway project in the City of Commerce. The Bristow Park Neighborhood Rehabilitation Project was constricted by the I-5 Freeway to the north, BNSF Railroad to the south, the City of Los Angeles Boundary to the west and the 710 Freeway to the east. The project covered approximately 4,900 LF of roadway. During the design phase a cost-benefit analysis was conducted to provide the City with multiple rehabilitation alternatives, including concentional full-depth reconstruction, Asphalt Rubber Aggregate Membrane (ARAM), Asphalt Rubber Hot Mix (ARHM), Inter-layer Systems and Cold-In-Place Recycling (CIR)/Full Depth Reclamation. Multiple design coordination meetings were additionally held between the City, OE and other stakeholders during design to ensure the most complete design possible. A combination of full-depth reclamation and reconstruction and Grind & Overlay was the selected rehabilitation method. Construction also included replacing damaged sidewalk, installing 25 new ramps and upgrading 13 more to meet ADA compliance, reconstruction of cross-gutters, and replacing street signs, trimming tree roots and installing barriers.