Flower Street Rehabilitation Project
OE provided design engineering services to the City of Bellflower on the Flower Street Rehabilitation Project. The Flower Street project limits were a 1.75 mile long 56’ wide arterial roadway, between Flora Vista Street on the east, and the West City Limit. The scope of work involved a uniform 2” grind and 2” ARHM overlay from lip of gutter to lip of gutter, and localized dig outs for specific areas of failed pavement. The project called for PCC work that included curb, gutter, and sidewalk, striping/pavement markings, traffic signal loop replacement and the necessary curb ramp improvements in order to accommodate ADA access. The project required preparing Caltrans plans in order to obtain an encroachment permit for the new ADA access ramps at the intersection of Flower Street and Lakewood Boulevard, State Hwy 19. The permit plans required property survey to establish ROW limits to complete the ramp design. This rehabilitation project was funded using a federal grant and the plans, specifications and estimate were designed to meet all federal requirements.