Designs for a new two-story, 21,000 sq. ft office building to be constructed at the gateway to Chippewa Fall’s downtown and riverfront were unveiled by Mayor Greg Hoffman and the City Council on Tuesday night.
Over the past five years SEH has worked with the City of St. Louis Park, Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT), and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to advance transportation improvements at the intersection of Trunk Highway 7 (TH 7) and Louisiana Avenue.
SEH developed low-cost, readily-deployable, low-maintenance systems that can be used by local government agencies to reduce crashes and improve safety at low-volume curves and non-signalized rural intersections.
Envision ™ is a new rating system designed to promote sustainable infrastructure in the United States. SEH staff have been involved in helping shape this new tool over the past couple years. This is part two in a series providing background on the tool and its intended use.
At the junction of I-25 and US 34 in Loveland, Colorado, car accidents and near-accidents were common due to off-ramps which hadn’t been designed for the volume of traffic the junction now handles. The City of Loveland recognized the need for improvements and created a public-private partnership with the Centerra Metropolitan District for the $11.5 million interchange improvements.