Check out UNITED at Purdue Road School

United Consulting’s Jay Ridens, PE and Brian Frederick, PE will be presenting “Lessons Learned on Post-Tension Bridge Design” during Purdue’s 102nd Annual Road School.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn about post-tension bridge design as Jay and Brian showcase the efficient uses of post-tensioning, critical design concepts, pre-construction meetings, contractor certifications requirements, documentation of construction activities, and safety during tensioning operations.

Also -— Remember to stop by our booth on the same day (March 7th) in the Purdue Memorial Union Ballrooms during “Coffee with Exhibitors” from 7:00 am – 8:45 and lunch from 11:00 am – 1:50 pm.


New Interchange at I-69 and 106th Street in Fishers

Fishers, IN (December 7, 2016) – The opening of a new interchange at 106th Street and I-69 in the city of Fishers (Exit 204) will greatly improve traffic congestion while adding an additional access point to I-69 from Fishers.

The continued growth in the area created the need for the new interchange due to the increased commuter traffic to and from residential and commercial areas, resulting in frequent bottlenecks and back-ups. The new interchange was uniquely designed as an oval-shaped roundabout to provide traffic control and enable safe travel in all directions including 106th Street and all of the directional ramps which allow on and off access to I-69.

United, in conjunction with the city of Fishers and INDOT, overcame several challenges during the design which included: an advanced geometric layout placing an oval shaped roundabout utilizing two bridges over I-69; minimizing impacts within restrictive right-of-way; complex drainage scheme; and coordinating and designing around several utilities, both overhead and underground.

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Transportation Corridor Ribbon Cutting 

United Consulting congratulates the River Ridge Development Authority, INDOT, IEDC, the city of Jeffersonville, the Clark County Commissioners, and the Ports of Indiana on the successful completion of segment B of the Transportation Corridor Project within the River Ridge Commerce Center. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held December 1, 2016. This new facility provides a direct connection to the east end bridge and will usher new growth and opportunity to the region. The remaining segments of the Transportation Corridor Project include a new roadway from the Old Salem Road Interchange with SR 265 to the Ports of Indiana – Jeffersonville and plans for a railroad corridor from the River Ridge Commerce Center to the Ports of Indiana – Jeffersonville.


Changing Delaware County History

Delaware County, IN (August 17, 2016) — The Delaware County Redevelopment Commission hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the first full-depth reclamation (FDR) project in the County’s history. The Industria Centre Industrial Park Road Repaving project utilized the FDR process which creates a new base for the construction of a new roadway through recycling and stabilizing existing asphalt.

The $1.9 million project features the reconstruction and widening of South Delaware Drive, West Mt. Pleasant Boulevard, and South Hamilton Avenue at the Industria Centre Industrial Park on Muncie’s south side.  Portions of Hoyt Avenue (from Fuson Road to Cornbread Road) and Tillotson Avenue (from Hoyt Avenue to 26th Street) were resurfaced and patched as part of the project scope.

MSD-CSO Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Luick North - Before & After
Luick South - Before & After
Ribble Middle - Before & After
Ribble South - Before & After
New Bus Stop - Before & After
New Loop Road - Before & After

Muncie CSO-001 Sewer Separation Project

Muncie, IN (August 11, 2016) — The Muncie Sanitary District hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO)-001 Sewer Separation project that provided many enhancements to the Historic Highland Park Neighborhood. The United Consulting, Rundell Ernstberger Associates, and Bowen Engineering team provided expertise and talent to create a functional and aesthetic project which included sustainable features such as a trailhead with parking; Cardinal Greenway connection; river access; and a stormwater wetland.

Overall Project Components:

  • 3,080 linear feet of 12-inch to 18-inch storm sewer
  • 12 storm manholes and 14 inlets and interconnecting piping to separate stormwater flow from sanitary flow and eliminate a combined sewer overflow (CSO-001)
  • 285 linear feet of eight-inch sanitary sewer
  • New stormwater wetland for detention/treatment of stormwater prior to discharging to the White River
  • New connector road (Seymour Street) to create loop between Ribble Avenue and Luick Avenue
  • New curb, sidewalk, and driveway aprons
  • New bus stop at Ribble Avenue and Burlington Avenue with historical sign
  • Milling and resurfacing of Ribble and Luick Avenues
  • Trailhead and non-motorized trail connection to the Cardinal Greenway
  • White River access trail

Sustainable Features