Professional Engineering, LLC, completed plans and specifications for the new 75-stall metered parking lot (Parking Lot Y) west of the Fine Arts Center on the southwest corner of campus. Parking lot construction work includes asphalt pavement, concrete curb and gutter, storm-water management using bio-retention and underground detention, LED lighting, pavement markings and striping.
Professional Engineering, LLC, worked on this 10,000 square foot library storage expansion project. Improvements included 1200 feet of public water main and a 400 feet access drive to improve traffic circulation around the building. In addition, Professional Engineering worked with the adjacent property owner to obtain a grading easement to improve grading and limit retaining walls on the site. Services included site plan design, grading, utilities, and erosion control. Professional Engineering also prepared the plans, specifications and bid documents for the parking lot improvements.
Professional Engineering, LLC, worked on this parking lot reconstruction project. Improvements focused on stormwater treatment to help achieve TSS reduction for the UW Stevens Point campus. Project included five bioswales and one bioretention device. Professional Engineering was responsible for the stormwater design and management for this project.
Professional Engineering, LLC, was hired to design an accessible route from Parking Lot #3 to Karrmann Library. The work includes removal and replacement of concrete sidewalk to meet ADA slopes, construction of retaining wall, construction of a concrete ramp, modifications to the existing building plaza and masonry parapet, and landscape restoration. Services included site plan design, grading, and erosion control. Professional Engineering also prepared the plans, specifications and bid documents for the proposed improvements.
This project improved pedestrian safety by widening and simplifying the sidewalk system to meet campus standards. The new circulation layout allows for proper grading and the addition of rain gardens tied to the storm water system to alleviate frequent ponding and ice patches over the sidewalks. Additional site improvements include bike racks and landscaping.