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Portneuf Crossing, Chubbuck Idaho

RMES has been contracted to design a commercial re-development project in the heart of Chubbuck, ID. The project is currently planned to expand the commercial base in Chubbuck, re-develop a distressed area within the city, and create a new transportation network that will enhance traffic flow and relieve congestion in the commercial areas in the city. Phase one of the project is currently under construction and is planned to be completed in the summer of 2012. RMES has provided many critical consulting services that helped to facilitate the completion of the project.

Our team prepared initial conceptual plans for roadway re-alignments, conceptual planning layouts for over 80 acres of development area including building locations, parking, pedestrian circulation and utilities. RMES developed base mapping including site topography, identification of key project elements and utility location. All property boundaries and rights-of-way for the entire project have been mapped and determined. RMES has coordinated with affected agencies including the City of Chubbuck, Idaho Department of Transportation, Department of Environmental Quality and all private utility companies to assess and design impacts to their associated facilities. RMES has prepared all entitlement documents, represented the project at public meetings and obtained all necessary approvals to allow the project to proceed.

Phase one and two have been designed and constructed and the project have consisted of approximately 2000 l.f. of five lane arterial roadway and connector street along with associated utilities including water, sewer, stromwater and all dry utilities. Detailed designs were also completed for a new traffic signals at the intersection of Yellowstone and Evans Lane, Located on one of Southeast Idaho’s busiest Arterial Roadways. RMES has also completed the hydraulic analysis and designs to relocate 2 very large irrigation conveyance systems and received federal permits to construct the proposed facilities.

RMES provided construction control staking of all improvements, construction inspections and oversight, prepared many public informational presentations and financial oversight of public funds that are used to construct the public infrastructure.