Burlington, Connecticut – WMC designed two miles of greenway for the town, a section of the Farmington Valley Greenway along the banks of the Farmington River and all of which was funded through the ISTEA/TEA-21/SAFETEA grant program and all meeting AASHTO standards and requirements.
Town of East Granby – WMC has designed three greenway/multi-use trail bridges utilizing old railroad bridges and abutments for the Town. This multi-span bridge is approximately 150 feet long and offers great views of the Salmon Brook below and is part of the Farmington Valley Greenway.
Town of Farmington – WMC designed reconstruction of 2 miles of River Road along the banks of the scenic Farmington River including several small bridges and a major signalized intersection with State Route 4. Associated with the River Road project was design of a mile of the historic Farmington Valley Greenway including a tunnel for […]
Town of Winchester – WMC designed over six miles of the Sue Grossman Still River Greenway project which is located on an old railroad bed traversing through Torrington and Winsted. The trail includes six bridges which typically included new superstructures founded on existing railroad bridge abutments or new wood decks on the existing steel railroad […]
Town of Plymouth – WMC has designed the reconstruction of South Main Street for the town. This project was an STP project that was recently constructed. Additionally WMC has designed and performed construction inspection on four bridge replacement projects for the Town as well as other services.
Town of Avon – WMC performed design and construction inspection services for the Town on the Country Club Road Reconstruction Project, an STP funded project that presented a considerable design challenge in minimizing impacts while reconstructing a hazardous major cross-town commuter road in a sensitive residential area.