Schemmer was retained to provide the alignment study, public information services, and preliminary and final roadway design for the widen of approximately 6.5 miles of Oklahoma State Highway 32 (SH-32) from SH-77S to the recently constructed bridge over Hickory Creek. The project includes widening the existing two-lane roadway to include eight-foot shoulders, improving sight distance on vertical curves, which are deficient according to standards, and replacement of bridge-sized reinforced concrete box culvert. Widening will be accomplished by constructing shoulders adjacent to the existing roadway or by construction of the full-width pavement section, two twelve-foot lanes with eight-foot shoulders, on a new alignment generally parallel to the existing alignment. Additional services will be completed by teaming partners, which include survey and hydraulic analysis (both by Meshek & Associates), bridge design (White Engineering Associates) and environmental services (CP&Y).
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