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.
East River Road over the Hickory Canal Bridge
East River Roadway Renewal Project
Hennessey Engineers was contracted by Korneffel Construction to provide Quality Control/Quality Assurance (QC/QA) services for the East River Road Renewal Project, which replaced the roadway over the Hickory Canal Bridge.
Property between West Road and Van Horn Road, east of I-75
Ford Lane Roadway Development
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.
City of Detroit
City of Detroit Office of Grants Management
Following bankruptcy and as part of their goal to achieve transparency, the City of Detroit established a new department—the Office of Grants Management.
City of Detroit
City of Detroit Office Economic Development
The Economic Growth Corporation of Detroit (EDGC) was selected by the City of Detroit to manage Community Development Block Grant funds for the Motor City Match (MCM) and Motor City Re-Store (MCR) Programs.
City of Taylor
City of Taylor CDBG, HOME, and NSP Program
Due to its population size, Taylor is one of the few cities in Wayne County that receives funds directly from the United States Housing and Urban Development (HUD) agency.