2012 Construction Projects
Managed by the Franklin County Engineer's Office
Alkire Road Bridge widening, over Big Darby Creek, to accommodate a new section of the Ohio to Erie Trail on the south side of the structure, by the Complete General Construction Company for $1.2 million.
Clime Road widening and reconstruction, from Georgesville Road to Talbot Place, and Demorest Road widening and reconstruction, from Bonnie Court to Franklin Heights High School, by the Kenmore Construction Company for $11.9 million.
Cooke Road culvert replacement, over Adena Brook, by the Trucco Construction Company as part of the City of Columbus project to replace a 20-inch water line and resurface Cooke Road, from I-71 to Maize Road, for $1.6 million, including $302,000 for the culvert.
Dodridge Street Bridge replacement, over the Olentangy River, including the reconstruction of the Olentangy Trail and retaining wall adjacent to the bridge, by the J.D. Williamson Construction Company for $7.7 million.
Georgesville Road widening and reconstruction, from north of Sullivant Avenue to West Broad Street, by Shelly & Sands, Inc. for $8 million.
Georgesville-Wrightsville Road Bridge replacement, over Smith Ditch, by Shelly & Sands, Inc. for 816,000.
Livingston Avenue Bridge rehabilitation, over Big Walnut Creek, including Big Walnut Park trail improvements, by The Righter Company, Inc., for $3.2 million.
Portman Park Pedestrian Bridge prefabrication, for installation over Blacklick Creek on behalf of the City of Columbus Parks and Recreation Department, by Contech Bridge Solutions, Inc. for $75,000.
Shull Road culvert replacement, south of Morse Road, by the Double Z Construction Company for $255,000.