Huitt-Zollars provided civil engineering design services for this 164-acre residential subdivision. The scope of services included extension of a 16-foot water main, design of water, sanitary sewer and storm sewer, and paving as well as subdivision layout.
The project consisted of a three-story, 58,000 square-foot medical office building. The initial phase included the core and shell of the building, covered patient drop-off, which is a prominent architectural feature, covered physician parking, and site improvements. The core and shell package included the finish out of the two-story entry lobby, which has become an active building amenity and gathering space. The first phase also included the finish-out of elevator lobbies, and building common restrooms.
Huitt-Zollars provided design services for the expanded bus stop facilities located at the new baseball park, Convention Center, Myriad Gardens parks, and Federal Building Bombing Memorial. In addition, Huitt-Zollars provided architectural and engineering services for the design and construction of new monuments and kiosks at 26 stops along the route. The new monuments reflect the design elements of the downtown area and easily identify the trolley system. Several new information kiosks were designed with automated systems and touch screen and real time schedule display capabilities.
Huitt-Zollars provided civil engineering services for a portion of the City of Oklahoma City large scale downtown revitalization project. This extensive project involved replacement and reconstruction of underground water, sewer and drainage infrastructure, street replacement, construction of sidewalks, landscaping, and amenities. The scope of services included extending a 16-inch water main with utility, drainage and streetscape design, data collection, and surveying.
Huitt-Zollars provided preliminary and final design documents for a one-mile section of May Avenue. The project is located where six divided lanes are adjacent to the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds. Huitt-Zollars also redesigned a four-way signalized intersection and added turn lanes at two significant intersections along the project route. Noteworthy project challenges were successfully resolved in the design of a super elevated curve over double 8-foot by 12-foot reinforced concrete boxes.
Huitt-Zollars inspected seven spillway bridges for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Tulsa District. The scope of work included the inspection and evaluation of the condition for each bridge; determination of any repairs, maintenance, or improvements required; calculation of the load rating for the bridges; and completion of a Corps of Engineers Bridge Inventory System (CEBIS). A bridge snooper was utilized for tactile inspection of all bridge elements; four of the bridges were fracture critical structures requiring special inspections.