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From our beginning, transportation engineering has been a cornerstone of CHA. Founded in 1952, on opportunities developed from the Interstate era, CHA grew from a small, sole proprietorship to a 725-plus person international engineering firm ranked 85th in ENR’s Top 500 Engineering Firms. Then in 2012, CHA acquired RW Armstrong, a 500-person, nationally recognized engineering firm. CHA is now a 1,400-person full service engineering firm providing a wide range of disciplines and services globally.

Transportation Services ƒƒ Roadway, bridge, traffic, and ITS design ƒƒ Bridge scour ƒƒ Lighting design ƒƒ Transportation planning and urban design ƒƒ NEPA documentation and compliance ƒƒ Wetland and waters mitigation ƒƒ Utility coordination ƒƒ Traffic analysis, simulation, and studies ƒƒ Right-of-way engineering and land acquisition

Contractor Services ƒƒ Maintenance of traffic and construction sequencing ƒƒ Post tensioning and grouting inspection ƒƒ Falsework design ƒƒ Temporary wall design ƒƒ Demolition plans for steel and concrete structures ƒƒ Temporary falsework tower design ƒƒ Transportation, handling and erection beam calculations ƒƒ Crane and equipment load verifications for existing and proposed structures ƒƒ Erosion control plans

Management Team GARY W. ROBINSON, PE Sr. Vice President Transportation Market 44 Years’ Experience (973) 267-9029 ext. 229

STEVE FLEMING, PE Central Region Transportation Manager 26 Years’ Experience (317) 780-7220

SCOTT F. HORNSBY, PE Principal In Charge Vice President 24 Years’ Experience (317) 780-7133

TROY D. JESSOP, PE Vice President National Bridge Team 23 Years’ Experience (317) 780-7142

KELLY BROOKER SCOCCO Ohio Transportation Sub Market Lead 14 Years’ Experience (614) 225-8868 ext. 651

Highlighted Design

US ROUTE 2, BRIDGE NO. 24 ƒƒ Owner: Vermont Agency of Transportation ƒƒ Contractor: Harrison & Burrowes Bridge Constructors, Inc. ƒƒ Cost: $13.9 million ƒƒ Detail: Rehabilitation of an historic 350’ single span thru truss bridge which was widened 10’ to provide 30’ clear roadway width; maintaining traffic during construction

I-65 ADDED TRAVEL LANES ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ

Owner: Indiana Department of Transportation Contractor: Rieth-Riley Cost: $42 million Detail: Five miles of roadway reconstruction, replacement of two bridges, and rehabilitation of two bridges

n Build Experience


Owner: Indiana Department of Transportation Contractor: American Contracting Cost: $2.1 million Detail: Rehabilitation of six structures including end bent modifications, deck overlays, bridge railing retrofits, expansion joint replacements, and partial deck removal

NEW CARGO TUNNEL ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ

Owner: Tampa International Airport Contractor: Hardin Construction Company Cost: $8 million Detail: Provided structural, civil, electrical, and mechanical design services for this 3,300 lft project


Owner: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Contractor: Walsh Construction Cost: $175 million (Section 3) Detail: Lane widening and realignment with widths varying from 11 to 14 lanes; 21 new bridges and one rehabilitation as well as innovative wall reduction using reinforced side slopes

ACCELERATED BRIDGE PROGRAM ƒƒ Owner: New York State Department of Transportation ƒƒ Contractor: Harrison & Burrowes Bridge Constructors, Inc. ƒƒ Cost: $30 million ƒƒ Detail: Deck replacement and minor structural repairs on 13 bridges

CHA TansportationDB Brochure August2013