Drive oversees key construction inspection team members on-site working on the replacement of the I-895 Canton Viaduct. The key element of this project is a 3,300 foot long bridge just north of the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel with complex agency coordination and construction staging. Drive has been responsible for the structural inspection of caissons, pier footings (micropiles and H-piles), and demolition shielding and active demolition. This project also included electrical and communications inspection for relocated, temporary, and permanent ITS devices.
Drive assisted PennDOT during the construction phases of SR 0095, Sections GR1, GR2, GR3, GR7, GR4 and CP2. These projects include the deployment complex ITS networks along I-95 and various arterials along the I-95 corridor. The devices being deployed include CCTV, DMS, Bluetooth Readers, E-ZPass Tag Readers and an Incident Detection/Travel Time System. Drive coordinated device integration and ITS System Acceptance testing with PennDOT’s ATMS provider, Q-Free.
Drive delivered ITS Construction and Consultation Services for the installation of DMS and CCTV along with accompanying fiber optic and communication equipment and the associated testing. Design submissions provided by the contractor were reviewed to ensure compliance with all applicable criteria, standards, policies, guidelines, and accepted practices. Drive also reviewed shop drawings for non-structural ITS equipment, such as wiring diagrams, construction plans, surge protection equipment, and control cabinet and service panel plans. Furthermore, procurement assistance, training manual reviews, systems testing, consultation during construction, and project close out services were provided.
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