Lincoln Business Journal | December 1, 2014
“Current Lincoln projects range from infrastructure to housing developments“
Schemmer’s, Mark Lutjeharms, P.E., PTOE, transportation engineer, was recently quoted in the Lincoln Business Journal regarding an on-ramp and a corridor between the Lincoln airport and downtown.
Schemmer is currently working on two City of Lincoln engineering projects. The North 14th Street and U.S. 6 eastbound on-ramp is a federally-funded safety improvement project aimed at reducing the frequency and severity of crashes where North 14th Street merges onto eastbound Cornhusker Highway, or U.S. 6.
In an effort to improve aesthetics and the roadway driving surface for the corridor between the Lincoln Municipal Airport and downtown, Schemmer prepared construction documents for a streetscape master plan developed by the Lincoln Parks & Recreation Department.
“The success of the project will improve the economic revitalization of the West Cornhusker Highway and Northwest 12th Street corridor between the airport and points of Lincoln south and east of the Interstate 80 and Cornhusker Highway interchange,” Lutjeharms said.
To read the article, “Current Lincoln projects range from infrastructure to housing developments” in its entirety, please see page nine of the December 1, 2014 issue of the Lincoln Business Journal.