Holbrook Avenue from Lumpkin Street to Joseph Campau Street
Holbrook Avenue Reconstruction
The Holbrook Avenue Reconstruction roadway and water main project presented numerous challenges, requiring extensive knowledge of Wayne County and its existing infrastructure.
Goddard and Allen Roads, Inkster and Pardee Roads
Goddard and Pardee Roads Investigation
The Goddard and Pardee Roads Investigation assessed the existing asphalt overlay’s structural integrity as each stretch of roadway was approaching an end of service life.
6000 Duncan Street, Taylor, MI
Northwest Park Reconstruction Project
Northwest Park is situated in the City of Taylor and was in dire need of a facelift.
13545 Eureka Road – Southgate Shopping Center
Market Center Park
Market Center Park is a prime example of adaptive reuse of a commercial site.
37350 Ecorse Road, Romulus, MI
Ecorse Commons Redevelopment Project
The Ecorse Commons Redevelopment Project transformed an existing industrial site into two new buildings, 410,000 ft² and 245,000 ft² on 69.48 acres.
Jefferson Avenue, Trenton, MI
Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge Expansion
The challenge of creating a 775 ft. pier and floating dock extending into the Detroit River—part of The Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge Expansion—was executing all construction staking activities underwater.
Lakeshore Drive from Warner to Moross Road
Lakeshore Drive Construction Project
Wayne County hired Hennessey Engineers to conduct construction management, inspection, and testing services for its Lakeshore Drive Construction Project.
Mack Avenue from Wayburn Street to Cadieux Road, Moross Road to 8 Mile Road, and Moross Road from Kelly Road to Mack Avenue
Mack and Moross Roads Construction Project
The Mack and Moross Roads Construction Project stretched over six miles, with two roads requiring different treatments.
White Street, University Street, and Ford Blvd
Lincoln Park Road and Water Main Renewal
Hennessey’s priority was to preserve the mature trees on-site and to avoid interfering with the area’s existing utilities.
20450 Sibley Road, Brownstown, MI
CMAC Transportation Redevelopment Project
Hennessey Engineers designed and constructed two new separate detention basins due to the bisecting county drain and constructed two new buildings.