Sci-Tek has provided engineering and consulting services for several transit and transportation engineering and planning projects. Services we offer to the transportation industry include:
SURVEYING AND MAPPING
- Bridge and Highway Surveys
- Boundary and Retracement Surveys
- Topographic and H&H Surveys
- As-Built Surveys and Construction Stake-out
- Courthouse Research
- Establishment of Alignment and Legal Right-of-way
- Establishment of Easements and Property Lines
- Right-of-Way Plan Preparation
ROADWAY AND BRIDGE DESIGN
- Erosion and Sediment Plan Design
- Drainage, Grading and Stormwater Management Design
- Utility Engineering/Utility Coordination
- Level 1B Categorical Exclusion Evaluations
- Section 4(F) Evaluations and Environmental Assessments
- Environmental Permitting
- Hazardous and Residual Waste Site Evaluation
- Geotechnical Engineering
Dewberry was retained by PennDOT for an open-end agreement to provide a wide range of waste management, pollution prevention, environmental, and health & safety services. As a subconsultant to Dewberry, Sci-Tek has provided environmental services on the following task orders: Waste Oil Tank Sampling, Beaver County Mold Study, Squirrel Hill Tunnel, Liberty Tunnel , Lawrence County Mold Study, Jefferson County Mold and Dust Study, and New Castle Ground Water Investigation.
Sci-Tek Consultants, Inc. (Sci-Tek) is providing engineering and project planning services for the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project in the Downtown, Uptown, Oakland and East End areas of Pittsburgh for the Port Authority of Allegheny County (PAAC). Working as a subconsultant to CDM Smith, Inc., the prime consultant, our services include review of existing conditions; line, grade and typical section plans; pavement marking plans; erosion and sediment control plans; utility coordination and relocation plans; and project management/quality control.
Sci-Tek provided civil engineering for the design of intersection improvements at Highland Avenue and East Liberty Boulevard. The scope of work included utility coordination and design, accessible curb ramp and sidewalk design, and construction services required for the redesign of the intersection to improve pedestrian safety, as well as, bicycle and vehicular movement. This project received the 2017 SUSTAINABILITY AWARD from the American Society of Civil Engineers, Pittsburgh Section for turning an intersection project into lasting improvements to the environmental, economic and social conditions of the East Liberty neighborhood.