Project Near Lizard Head and Two Fences Trail intersection with Dry Creek Road
City of Sedona
One of the key benefits of the Civiltec team is that whether it be a large or small project our team is dedicated to timely quality project deliverables. It never hurts to work in beautiful areas as well. The City of Sedona selected the Civiltec team for the development of a shared-use path along the west side of Dry Creek Road from Vultee Arch Road (USFS Road 152) to the intersection of SR89A. This current portion of the shared-use path development includes approximately 550’ of roadway realignment and reconstruction as well as the construction of a portion of the shared-use path improvements at the Lizard Head Trail location.
We are providing the survey and design for the roadway improvements to the construction of a portion of the shared-use path on the west side of the road. As well as developing drainage concept cross-section details for future shared-use path construction on the west side of Dry Creek Road from Topkie Drive to just north of Color Cove Road.
The team includes Chris Dusza, PE, CFM (Principal), Richard Aldridge, PE (Project Manager), Ben Townsend, PE (Project Engineer), Mark Myers (Designer), and surveying team members Jesse Tilman and Branden Redfern.