With a distinguished history of effective pavement management, Harris & Associates was recently chosen by the City of Fairfield, California, to rehabilitate eight miles of streets and evaluate approximately 120 curb ramps. Additionally, the project aims to evaluate and adjust 95 push buttons, plus add bike lanes wherever appropriate.
Harris provides engineering services for maintaining and updating existing Pavement Management Systems to reflect the current conditions of arterials, urban minor arterials and collector streets. For years, cities throughout California have partnered with Harris for all facets of pavement management, with an emphasis on preparing cost estimates, performing field work, implementing preventative maintenance, marking digout repair locations, designing curb ramps, rehabilitation of pavement using sustainable techniques, improving safety and access for bikes and pedestrians, and coordinating public outreach.
“We measure success beyond the on-time, under budget standard,” said Jasmine Cuffee, Senior Director. “To really improve cities through resilient infrastructure, we consider factors ranging from environmental concerns to local political realities. And as a resident of Fairfield, I’m honored to play a role in the improvement of my community.”
Harris will leverage its extensive pavement and infrastructure asset management experience to keep the Fairfield work on track.