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Construction and Resident Engineering


City of Aurora


Aurora, IL

Scope of Work

Roadway Widening & Reconstruction

Project Team

Eric Rose, PE

Resident Engineer

Jake Warren, EI

Assistant Resident Engineer

Victoria Han, EI

Assistant Resident Engineer

TEG performed Resident Engineering services for this roadway and intersection reconstruction project on award-winning East New York Street in the City of Aurora. The purpose of this improvement was to replace the substandard roadway geometrics, deteriorated and poorly drained roadway, and temporary signals. The new roadway consists of two lanes in each direction separated by a landscaped median with lighting, and increased capacity at the two intersections with the addition of turn lanes for each leg of the intersection. The project consisted of earthwork, embankment construction, PCC Pavement construction, installation of new drainage system, installation of new water main, intersection reconstruction with new traffic signals, segmental block retaining wall construction, bike path construction, sidewalk installation, roadway lighting, signage, striping and landscaping.


TEG responsibilities included overall project management and contract administration consisting of constructability review of contract documents, utility coordination and management, public outreach and coordination, generating and managing a project website for the city, shop drawing reviews, construction layout verification, construction inspection, documentation, managing multiple fund codes and associated items, and coordination with IDOT Bureau of Local Roads, Traffic, Construction, and Materials.


This project was awarded Public Works Project of the Year by the American Public Works Association (APWA) and was also recognized by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Illinois (ACEC - IL) with the 2016 Engineering Excellence Merit Award

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