The VDOT I-95 Bridge Rehabilitation Project in the City of Richmond and Henrico County, Virginia was honored with the VTCA Transportation Engineering Grand Award at a recent VDOT/VTCA Consultant Forum.
The $15 million project, completed in 2014, entailed the replacement of 11 bridges on I-95 northbound and southbound through the City of Richmond. The four-year project covered a seven mile stretch of I-95 between Lombardy Street on the perimeter of downtown Richmond and Upham Brook in Henrico County which borders the City.
Michael Baker International was the prime consultant for this project. ATCS provided Construction Inspection services which included daily field inspection of all contractor work, ensuring that the contractor completed all work adhering to contract specifications. In addition Inspectors were responsible for work zone safety and environmental checklists. Project Controls Support developed and maintained detailed summary construction schedules, as well as reviewed and evaluated contractor baseline, updated schedules and progress tracking submittals.
The ATCS Construction Schedulers developed monthly critical path status reports and schedule performance graphs. They reviewed and tracked change orders, work orders, performed cost/schedule time impact analyses, and responded to contractor claims.