City awards two street design contracts


February 17, 2022

Gordon Weeks

The intersection at Franklin and Seventh streets will receive curb extensions on both sides of all four corners, pedestrian crosswalk markings, a rectangular rapid flashing beacon and an American with Disabilities Act curb ramp to make it safer for students at Evergreen Elementary School and CHOICE High School.

The Shelton City Council on Tuesday awarded two design contracts to a Tacoma company to design the repaving of Brockdale Road, and Safe Routes to School to help students walking near Oakland Bay Junior High, Evergreen Elementary School, and Shelton, CHOICE and Cedar high schools.

RH2 Engineering will receive a maximum of $161,238 to design both projects. The council gave preliminary approval at its Feb. 1 meeting.

The city advertised the need for design services for both projects in August, and received responses from five firms in October.

No one from the public commented on the measure, n...

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