DAVENPORT was hired to perform a Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Chapter 527 Traffic Impact Study related to the property rezoning for the Benedictine High School relocation to Goochland County, Virginia. As proposed, the facility would include a 190,000 square foot high school along with associated athletic facilities including a football field, soccer field, practice field and baseball field. DAVENPORT’s initial scope of work included traffic data collection, project analysis and report review. Based on DAVENPORT’s analysis, offsite roadway improvements were recommended. DAVENPORT was retained to provide preliminary and final roadway design services for the offsite roadway improvements which included the addition of a westbound left turn lane and an eastbound right turn late at the entrance to the school. Final plans included cover/general notes, typical sections, roadway plans, storm drainage improvements, traffic control, pavement marking and signing, erosion control, and cross sections. DAVENPORT also provided a preliminary opinion of probable cost for the improvements.
preliminary designs, coordination of the topographic survey, grading and drainage design, construction documents for sidewalks, NCDOT approvals and encroachment agreement processing.