Larson Design Group has been awarded a $1.2 million agreement with Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Engineering District 5-0 as part of the A. Morton Thomas & Associates, Inc. team.
The agreement is for two projects; upgrades to the intersection of State Routes 73 and 1005, as well as a betterment project for State Route 2006. Both projects are in the City of Reading.
LDG will be responsible for designing the State Route 2006 project, which will include over 80 ADA ramps, traffic control, utility coordination, public involvement, and pavement design.
A. Morton Thomas is a growing, full-service firm of nearly 500 employees. AMT’s services include studying, planning, shaping, and ensuring successful completion of construction projects.
“This was a team effort between AMT and LDG,” said LDG’s agreement manager Joseph Romano of the firm’s Lititz office. “Our firms have developed a great relationship, and we look forward to helping improve the City of Reading’s infrastructure.”
PennDOT District 5-0 includes Berks, Carbon, Lehigh, Monroe, Northampton, and Schuylkill Counties. The project is anticipated to begin construction in 2020.
Statewide, LDG serves PennDOT and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission as well as a host of counties and municipalities on a wide range of highway and bridge design, bridge safety inspection, and construction inspection projects.
LDG is an engineering, architecture, and survey firm with offices in four states. The firm is employee-owned and provides innovative solutions to facility, transportation, land development, infrastructure, and environmental needs. More: www.larsondesigngroup.com