Goff Boulevard is a major thoroughfare through Albuquerque’s South Valley neighborhood. However, the road desperately needed to remedy two issues: flooding with heavy rain and safety at a three-way stop. We resolved these challenges by designing new storm drains along the road and implementing a High T design at the three-way stop. Goff was also converted from two lanes to three, with fully compliant ADA access for bicycles and pedestrians. This project involved a complex storm drain installation, coordination with many property owners along the street, and coordination with several utilities, as it required the relocation of power, water, sewer, cable, and telephone lines.
Scope of Work
Roadway Design, Drainage Engineering
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