Office Closed to The Public

The safety and health of our employees and customers is the top priority of County Engineer Jeff Maiden.  The office will be closed to public access starting Monday, March 16th, until the COVID-19 public health crisis is over.

THE BUSINESS OF THE OFFICE WILL CONTINUE by email and telephone.  Land Surveyors may submit surveys to Brandon Williams and/or Donnie Stevens for closure check and review via email at the following:

bwilliams@athensoh.org

dstevens@athensoh.org

 

Surveys that comply will be stamped, signed, and returned via email.

CR 24- Harmony Road Slip Repair

  • Before construction- slip is to the edge of the road
  • After construction- slope reconstuction method

The following three 2018 featured slip repairs were a result of severe storms and flooding rains during late February/early March of 2017.  This slip, located on Harmony Road, was approximately 34 feet long and produced damage to a 40 ft long culvert.  The slope reconstruction method (325 CY of rock) was used to repair this slip with a total project cost of $85,298.

 

CR 75- Coolville Ridge Road Slip Repair

  • Before Construction
  • After Construction

As a result of severe storms and flooding rains during late February/early March 2017, Coolville Ridge Road developed a roadway slip that resulted in road surface loss, pavement depressions along the north bound lane and a slope failure to the northeastern side of the roadway.  The drilled shaft wall was constructed by the Alan Stone Company with a total project cost of $136,398, 75% of which was reimbursed by OEMA.

CR 37- Concord Church Road Slip Repair

  • Before Construction
  • Before Construction
  • After Construction

As a result of severe storms and flooding rains during late February/early March 2017, Concord Church Road experienced a roadway slip that resulted in road surface loss, pavement depressions along the eastbound lane and slope failure to the north side of the roadway.  This slip repair was surveyed and designed by ACEO staff and constructed by the Alan Stone Company.  The total construction cost was $91,439, 75% of which was reimbursed by OEMA.

CR 15- Wood Road Bridge Replacement

  • Before

The Wood Road bridge replacement project consisted of the installation of a 8′ x 4′ precast box culvert by Lindsay Precast and 100 LF guardrail by PDK construction.  The total construction cost was $116,929.

CR 10- Baker Road Bridge Replacement

  • Before Construction
  • Construction
  • Finished Bridge
  • Finished Bridge

This 2018 Baker Road bridge replacement was surveyed, designed and built by the ACEO- the piling, prestressed concrete beams, paving and guardrail were contracted out   A steel beam bridge was replaced with a prestressed concrete box beam bridge.  The total construction cost was $224,074, $42,000 of that was funded through a Transportation Improvement District Grant.

CR 73- Wolfe Bennett Road Motor Paving Project

  • Motor Paving
  • Chip and Sealing
  • Finished Product

Wolfe Bennett Road was paved using federal funding from the Eastern Federal Lands Access Program (EFLAP) with 20% local funds.  Construction Cost = $304,167 for 3.5 miles paving.

CR 1- Kimberly Road Paving Project

  • Crews Laying Asphalt
  • Crews Rolling Freshly Laid Asphalt

In 2018, Kimberly Road was paved using funds from a RUMA Settlement with American Electric Power.  Construction Cost = $245,271 for 2.6 miles paving.

CR 107- Burr Oak Road Paving Project

  • Before Construction
  • Pavement Repair Section
  • 3” Asphalt Resurfacing Complete

In 2018 the ACEO resurfaced a total of 7.1 miles of asphalt road that required significant repair prior to the asphalt overlay. Burr Oak Road was paved using federal funding from the Eastern Federal Lands Access Program (EFLAP) with 20% local funds.  This project was bid out to Nuko Paving with the total construction cost of $191,970 for 1.0 mile paving.