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106th And I-69 Project Development Services For a New Interchange Project in Hamilton County

Corradino is a major sub to United Consulting Engineers which will complete the project development services for a new interchange in an urban congested area of Central Indiana. Corradino's Indiana Team will pay an important role on this project including traffic modeling, capacity analysis, NEPA studies, permitting and geotechnical services management, and developing the Interchange Justification Study.

Corradino’s First CEI contract in Tennessee

Corradino was just awarded its first Construction Engineering & Inspection (CEI) contract in Tennessee by the Tennessee Department of Transportation. This project involves construction of a 1,500+ ft., 5-span bridge with continuous welded plate girders and a composite deck slab. The project is on State Route 26 over the Caney Fork River in Smithville, TN. The proposed structure will replace the existing steel truss bridge to the north. The bridge will be founded on 11-foot diameter drilled shafts with the deepest pier approximately 120-feet below the surface of the river. The project is scheduled to be let to construction on April 5, 2013 with a completion date of June 30, 2016. Corradino is the Prime with Smith Seckman Reid, Inc. and Mainstream Commercial Divers, Inc. as subs.

INDOT On-Call Wetlands and Associated Environmental Services

Corradino is a sub-consultant to Cardno JF New, a nationally recognized leader in the ecological resources industry, for the $1 million, 2-year On-Call Wetlands and Associated NEPA Services contract, with a renewal option. Work items include wetland delineation, mitigation design, construction inspection, and post construction monitoring. The contract also includes survey, land acquisition, and right-of-way plan development activities for wetland mitigation sites. Corradino has successfully teamed with Cardno JN New on a similar contract in INDOT's Ft. Wayne District, and looks forward to continuing this relationship on a state-wide basis.

INDOT – Major Highway Management Plan

Corradino has been selected by Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) for the $500,000 Major Highway Management Plan. The purpose of this statewide study is to identify, analyze, and prioritize 15-20 of INDOT's high-speed, high-volume roadway network corridors and to determine investment strategies based on criteria such as capacity, system preservation, mobility, economic development, and quality of life. Corradino will work closely with INDOT executive staff to establish statewide priorities, as Public Works Selects well as investigate various delivery methods including traditional design-bid-build, design-build, and public-private-partnerships. Corradino's reputation for delivering high-profile assignments for INDOT was an important consideration in the selection. This assignment is an excellent opportunity to continue Corradino's working relationship with INDOT's executive management team and to impact the future of transportation in the Midwest.