Skip to main content
Back

Ford Lane Roadway Development

In addition to connecting neighborhoods and alleviating congestion, upgrades to traffic signals and ADA pavement markings at intersections improved and promoted safe roadway sharing between motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists.

The project, which was part of the first phase of infrastructure upgrades to support the development of commercial businesses in Woodhaven, was completed in November 2017.

Civil Engineering

Land Surveying

Construction Engineering

Key Facts
  • Roadway constructed with reinforced concrete to MDOT Class A standards
  • Project included a bridge and railing system that spanned a county drain, which required Hennessey to perform an extensive hydraulic modeling analysis and complete the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) and Wayne County permitting process
  • Project was completed one month ahead of schedule
Client

City of Woodhaven

Location

Property between West Road and Van Horn Road, east of I-75

Project Date

November 2017

Project Costs

$6,500,000