BAKEWAY AHRP PAVEMENT REHABILITATION PROJECT C.I.P. NO. 317170, IRVINE, CALIFORNIA
Kabbara Engineering performed the field and aerial topographic survey and prepared construction plans, specifications and estimates for the pavement rehabilitation of Bake Parkway from the I-5 Right-of-Way to the Northerly City Limits (1.1 miles). The proposed improvements for Bake Parkway within the project limits included cleaning and sealing of existing cracks, edge grinding, and overlay with asphalt rubber hot mix (AHRM) pavement per geotechnical recommendations, reconstruction of failed localized areas of pavement, correction of surface drainage deficiencies by repair of damaged, lifted, or sagging section (greater than ?” elevation differences) of curb and/or gutter, cracked cross-gutters, storm drain inlet locations, driveways, sidewalks, and curb ramps, and traffic detector loop replacement. This project also included traffic signing and striping plans. All existing and all new pedestrian ramps within the project limits were evaluated for compliance with Federal ADA requirements, and a pedestrian signal modification plan was included for the Muirland Boulevard Intersection.