Civiltec Engineering was recently direct selected by the City of Sedona to provide professional surveying and engineering services as a part of the City’s ‘Sedona in Motion’ initiative.
Civiltec is designing a shared use path along the west side of Dry Creek Road beginning at Two Fences Trail on the south end of the project and continuing north to the forest Service Road 152/Vultee Arch trailhead access intersection with Dry Creek Road. The shared use path will create approximately 2,200 ft of new shared use pathway for pedestrians and bikes along Dry Creek Road. The scope includes Planning, Preliminary Design, Final Design and preparation of a final bid ready set of construction documents.
Vice President Chris Dusza, P.E. is the Project Principal for the project. Richard Aldridge, P.E. is the Prescott Project Manager with assistance from Ken Davidson (Surveyor), Ben Tilman (Surveyor), Jesse Tilman (Surveyor), Mark Myers (Designer) and Gretel Ochoa (Project Engineer).
The project is currently in the 90% design phase and construction is anticipated to begin near the end of 2019.