SR 59 Akron Innerbelt - Oak Park Renewal - Transportation

SR 59 Akron Innerbelt - Oak Park Renewal
SR 59 Akron Innerbelt - Oak Park Renewal
SR 59 Akron Innerbelt - Oak Park Renewal

SR 59 Akron Innerbelt - Oak Park Renewal

This ODOT LPA/City of Akron project encompasses the decommissioning of SR 59/Akron Innerbelt from Cedar Street to the Main Street/Howard Street intersection. The project will allow for the eventual redevelopment of the Oak Park neighborhood. After completion of the project, Dart and Rand Avenues will become the points of egress into and out of downtown Akron. GSI served as the Construction Manager for the City of Akron as their authorized representative in managing and administering the construction contract. The project requires close coordination of maintenance of traffic with downtown businesses and hospitals. Major elements of the project include:

  • Widening and reconstruction of Dart and Rand Avenues
  • Lowering of the Main Street/Howard Avenue/MLK Blvd. intersection
  • Removal of the State Street bridge
  • Widening and reconstruction of the Cedar Street bridge
  • New Traffic Signals and Street Lighting
  • New Storm Sewer and Water Lines

Location

Akron, OH

Cost

$16.3 Million

Services provided

  • Construction Management
  • Project Management
  • Scheduling
  • Budget Control
  • Progress Meetings
  • Pay Applications
  • Document Controls
  • Construction Inspection
  • Daily Reports
  • Monthly Progress Reports

Year Completed

Ongoing

Owner and Client

The City of Akron