28TH STREET IMPROVEMENTS
Garner Russell & Associates was retained by the City of Gulfport to render complete engineering services to widen 28th Street to five lanes from 22nd Avenue to 34th Avenue including grade, drain, curb, gutter, sidewalk, paving, striping and traffic signals. Scope of surveying services included topographic and right of way surveys and preparation of right of way acquisition documents. Scope of construction engineering services included design, preparation of bid documents, construction administration, and inspection.
WOOLMARKET PLANTATION SEWER SRF C-780-256-06
Garner Russell & Associates was retained by the City of Biloxi to perform complete engineering services for a project which includes constructing eight sewage pump stations with associated force mains, approximately 20,000 linear feet of 8 inch gravity sewer mains, 84 manholes, together with associated appurtenances, service lines and restoration of disturbed facilities. The work of this project is in the general vicinity of the intersection of Interstate 10 and Highway 67, in the Woolmarket Area of the City of Biloxi, Mississippi. Scope of engineering services include surveying, design, preparation of construction drawings and bid documents, resident inspection, and render construction administration. This project was completed in 2016 with a construction cost of $4.1Million.
LORRAINE ROAD BRIDGE REPLACEMENT
Garner Russell & Associates provided complete engineering services as prime consultant to the Harrison County Board of Supervisors for the construction of 1.277 miles of Bridge and Approaches on Lorraine Road, in Harrison County, Mississippi, known as State Aid Project No. BR-8936(1)B. This is a seventy-span bridge with concrete barrier rails. Scope of services included design, topographic and right of way surveys, preparation of right of way acquisition documents, preparation of bid documents, and construction engineering and inspection. This project contract time began on April 1, 2105, and was completed in 2016 with a construction cost of approximately $7.6 Million.
SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL - COMMISSION ROAD LONG BEACH, MS
The City of Long Beach desired to provide a safe route to Quarles Elementary for students walking along Commission Road from Daugherty Road to Alverado Drive. This project consisted of constructing new sidewalks, installing crosswalks, signage and traffic calming light systems, and stripe bike and pedestrian lanes. Garner Russell & Associates was retained by the City as prime consultant to provide complete engineering services for this project. Scope of engineering services included design, preparation of bid documents, construction administration, handling the bidding process and inspection. This project began on April 22, 2014, and was completed on schedule in 2015 with a construction cost of $286,400.
HARBOR REPAIRS HURRICANE KATRINA - PHASE 3 CITY OF PASS CHRISTIAN FEMA ASSISTED
Garner Russell & Associates was retained by the City of Pass Christian to provide all engineering services to restore several damaged piers within the Pass Christian Small Craft Harbor. The project included demolition and reconstruction of piers, repairs to the SE boat launch pier, rebuilding multiple finger piers and the fishing pier complete with covered pavilions and benches, rebuilding the playground area including the electrical and water, replacing approximately 843 linear feet of handrails along the top of the breakwaters and the west side of the southwest parking lot and providing modifications to the main electrical platforms and water and electrical service to each of the piers. Scope of engineering services included design, construction administration and inspection services. The project was completed in 2009 with a construction cost of $2,348,746.
LEARNING AND WELLNESS COMMONS AT TRADITION, PHASE 1 PROJECT NO. DECD-0024(25)B HARRISON COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Garner Russell & Associates rendered CE & I services as prime consultant to the Harrison County Board of Supervisors for roadway construction which included trench widening, striping, grade, drain, signage installation, and pavement of 0.956 miles of county access roads in Harrison County, Mississippi, known as Learning & Wellness Commons at Tradition, Phase I, also known as State Aid Project No. DECD-0024(25)B. The project is located on Highway 67 North in Harrison County, which will serve the new Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Nursing School, the recently announced Cleveland Clinic and others. Construction began around September 19, 2016, with 120 working days to complete. Therefore, the contract is scheduled to be completed in 2017 with a construction cost of approximately $1.8 Million. The scope of construction engineering services includes all necessary construction administration, along with full-time inspection and project management.