WISCONSIN DOT I-39
Interstate Highway Project
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is overseeing a major reconstruction and expansion project in south-central Wisconsin. The I-39/90 Expansion Project extends approximately 45 miles along Interstate 39/90 from the Illinois state line to the US 12/18 interchange near Madison.
Burse Surveying and Engineering, Inc. has contracted with KL Engineering, Inc. to provide civil engineering drafting and land surveying services for the Wisconsin I-39/90 Central Segment project. This segment extends 13 miles along I-39/90 from County O, south of Janesville, north to the Dane/Rock County line. The Interstate will be reconstructed and expanded to eight lanes (four in each direction) from County O to WIS 26 interchange. Six lanes will continue from the WIS 26 interchange north to the Dane/Rock County line.
Burse has provided drafting expertise to help with plan production and displays. The plans include title sheet, project overview, typical sections, storm sewer, plan and profiles and traffic control.
Sun Prairie, WI
Burse Surveying and Engineering, Inc. prepared construction plans for 80-acre mixed-use single/multi-family residential and commercial subdivision. In addition to preparation of Preliminary and Final Plats and topographic survey of the property we developed paving, grading, erosion control, sanitary sewer, watermain, storm sewer and stormwater management plans, as well as designed an intersection at CTH “C”. In addition, our firm prepared specifications and bid documents, and obtained WDNR and Dane County permits to extend the sanitary sewer and watermain, as well as erosion control and stormwater management permits, as applicable. Two phases of the project were completed in 2007 and 2008 respectively. Development cost for both phases was approximately $4.2 million.
Luxury Student Housing
Burse Surveying and Engineering, Inc. served as the civil engineer and land surveyor on the developer’s design team. The Hub project was awarded two awards from the National Association of Homebuilders 2015 Best in American Living Awards and it was awarded in the InBusiness Commercial Design Awards. The project consisted of the redevelopment of several commercial properties from retail and hotel use to a mixed-use retail and apartment building along Madison’s unique State Street Mall. Burse Surveying and Engineering, Inc managed the dry utility coordination, prepared the existing conditions plan, demolition plan, grading and erosion control plan, utility plan, stormwater management plan, public sidewalk grades and worked closely with Madison’s City Forester to prepare the tree preservation and replacement plan; attended City Staff and Plan Commission meetings. Burse Surveying and Engineering, Inc. also completed the Topographic Survey, the Foundation Location Survey, the Certified Survey Map, an ALTA/ACSM Land Title Survey and adjacent building monitoring. Project challenges included limited site access due to the State Street Mall traffic limitations and West Gilman is a one way street, State Street Mall special construction design criteria, and tree vaults under the public sidewalk.
Burse Surveying and Engineering has worked on many challenging projects. We have worked on projects as small as a one lot survey for a private land owner to projects that encompass many acres for development companies.
2550 UNIVERSITY AVENUE MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT
University Avenue, Madison, WI
Burse Surveying and Engineering, Inc. Provided Civil Engineering and Land Surveying for the Planned Unit Development. The block-wide redevelopment project in Madison Wisconsin created a mixed use, multi-floor, commercial and residential building in the 2500 Block of University Avenu. Construction was completed in 2012.
Pedestrian Bridge over the Pheasant Branch Creek at Kromrey Middle School
project we completed the WDNR permit for near Kromrey Middle School
Graber Pond - Middleton Multi Use Bike Path
The Graber Pond Trail, a 0.35-mile, ADA Accessible, multi-use recreation trail constructed with porous asphalt and timber boardwalk in the City of Middleton, Wisconsin; negotiates rolling terrain around a Glacial Kettle Pond. The trail also fords a protected Wetland bordering Graber Pond via an 830' timber-decked, steel-framed boardwalk. It is used by pedestrians, bikers, wheelchairs, rollerblades, dog-walkers, bird watchers and snowshoes and cross-country skiers in the winter before the City removes accumulated snow. It will also be used by kayakers to access the ADA accessible kayak launch made by EZ Dock found on the pond.