Robinson provided field and office professional land surveying services necessary to prepare plat of highways and legal descriptions for land acquisition of approximately 16,150 linear feet of roadway consisting of approximately 70 parcels of land.
Preparation of plats of highway and legal descriptions for four parcels located in both Will and Cook County, Illinois. Project encompassed determination of existing right of way from historical documentation in conjunction with found evidence in the field. We worked very closely with the Illinois Department of Transportation to meet their project demands in a timely and efficient manner.
In 2004, the Village of Homer Glen received authorization from the Will County Governmental League to use Federal Funds for completing safety and operational improvements at the 143rd Street/Lemont Road (State Street) intersection. The importance of improving this intersection had regional significance with the construction of the I-355 interchange at 143rd Street less than one mile to the west.
The Village of East Hazel Crest hired Robinson Engineering, Ltd. (REL) to provide a Phase I Study and Phase II Contract Plans for roadway lowering and reconstruction of 171st Street under the Canadian National/Illinois Central at the Markham rail yard.
Robinson Engineering, Ltd. (REL), in conjunction with the Village of Bridgeview and the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA), was contracted to modernize Bridgeview’s only potable pump station. The pump station was built in the 1950’s and was due for an upgrade.
The Village of Downers Grove recently began construction of a $6 million water main replacement and roadway reconstruction for its Knottingham Subdivision. The subdivision was originally constructed in the 1970’s, and was in dire need of roadway and water main infrastructure improvements.
The Village of Itasca was experiencing numerous sanitary and storm system issues on the north side of the railroad tracks that divide the Village.
The sanitary issues were related to a woefully inadequate lift station located at the northeast corner of Willow and North Streets.
Subjected to frequent flooding, the disasters of 2008 exposed the extreme inadequacies of the City’s stormwater conveyance system. At that time, more than 1,550 residents had to be evacuated from the City of Watseka when four hundred and thirty homes, businesses and most of the schools were badly flooded.
The City of Crest Hill experiences chronic drainage and localized flooding problems. Inundation of backyards, basements, garages and streets occurs regularly during significant rainfall events, diminishing the quality of life for dozens of affected residents.
The Town of Munster had been receiving numerous complaints from residents about the condition of Fran-Lin Parkway. Among the many complaints received the most common were related to the condition of the pavement and reports of local drainage problems.
This project consisted of the redevelopment of the Village of South Holland downtown area. South Park Avenue, an unmarked state route, along with other adjacent residential streets required complete reconstruction to serve the future infrastructure needs of the Town Center Redevelopment.
The Village of Romeoville took the lead on a major intersection upgrade at Illinois Route 53 (IDOT jurisdiction) and the main entrance into Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois.