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Gwinnett’s SPLOST-funded Road Improvement Program is a part of MA’s longest municipal relationship spanning 26 years and more than 800 projects.
MA designed the reconstruction of more than 6 miles of interstate highway on I-16 and I-75 through downtown Macon, Georgia and reconstruction of four interchanges.
MA was tasked with the interchange modification report, concept development, environmental document and preliminary design for this innovative diamond interchange.
This project included widening approximately 1.37 miles of Windy Hill Road in Cobb County between US 41 / Cobb Pkwy and Spectrum Circle / Interstate North Pkwy.
The Northwest Corridor Express Lanes Project is a Georgia Department of Transportation project to add approximately 30 miles of managed lanes along I-75 and I-575 north of Atlanta. The project is GDOT’s first project utilizing the Public Private Partnership delivery method.
The MA team provided staff under the supervision of Georgia Department of Transportation to perform construction engineering and inspection services for the Metro Atlanta District under a 3 plus year contract that included bridges, interchanges and other roadway improvements.
The MA Team provided staff under the supervision of Georgia Department of Transportation to perform construction engineering and inspection services for Jesup, GA District 5 under a 3-year contract that ended on December 31, 2008.
MA provided complete Construction Engineering & Inspection (CEI) services to Division 3 under the supervision of Georgia Department of Transportation. The project entailed widening additional lanes, several bridges, road extensions and construction of a four-lane, divided east-west connector.
This on-call Construction Engineering & Inspection (CEI) staffing support contract provided staff under the supervision of Georgia Department of Transportation to complete CEI services for the eastern portion of Division 2 in the Augusta, GA area.
The style of the new bridge was determined by a town hall meeting vote that received unanimous support and provided a similar appearance to the old bridge. The main span is 143 feet long. The maintenance-free weathering steel construction has a rustic appearance, reminiscent of the beloved old bridge.
Widening of SR 20 (Buford Highway) from Samples to the Chattahoochee River, Forsyth & Gwinnett Counties, Georgia
MA staff worked closely with Forsyth & Gwinnett Counties’ Engineering staff throughout three projects with three different GDOT PI numbers. All were done under one environmental document.
MA prepared design plans to upgrade the traffic signal, modify the channelized islands, add turn lanes and extend turn lane storage.
MA produced nearly 100 reports (inspections) on the project in 2014 as the main component of a Special Inspections / Materials Testing Contract.
MA has been providing architectural services since 1990 for the Cobb County School District. Projects for the school system have ranged from $50,000 to $14,000,000 in construction costs.
MA has been providing portables inspection for DeKalb County Schools since 2016.
For more than a decade, MA has performed third-party building permit plan reviews and inspections for more than 100 Gwinnett County school projects.
MA / Atlas supports Walmart’s Facility Maintenance Division with plumbing management and assessment at existing retail stores in the US.
MA provided engineering, site design, and surveying services in support of NEGMC’s expansion program. Other projects included in this program are a new multi-level parking deck and a new helipad.
This 8-acre site serves as the Synovus Bank headquarters.
MA developed the master plan for Cobb County’s 220-acre Stout Park which embraces use of the park by three separate user types: equestrian, environmental & agricultural.
The soccer complex has a full complement of nine soccer fields, support & ancillary buildings and facilities on a 103-acre site.
MA actively engaged community stakeholders to develop a master plan to serve community desires for a 1.5-acre park.
SPLOST Program Management is one of many of MA’s specialties, working with entire communities to rehabilitate, improve, and transform current and future amenities.
MA has served as Gwinnett County’s program manager for the County’s Park and Recreation SPLOST-funded, capital improvement program.
MA provided program management services for a $70 million, SPLOST-funded road improvement program.
MA has been the program manager for the Forsyth County Road Program since 2000.
MA provides Bibb County, now the Consolidated Macon-Bibb Government, comprehensive program management services, including CEI services.
MA has been a member of the consultant team providing program management, right-of-way acquisitions, and construction management services to Cobb County DOT since 1993.
MA’s program management team works as an extension of the Country’s staff to manage Cobb County’s 2011 SPLOST-funded improvement program for PARKS.
MA’s landscape architects, engineers, and environmental specialists, worked with Cobb County to develop improved access to a unique natural environment in the Cumberland Community Improvement District (CID).
MA produced a comprehensive traffic and transportation study for the Atlantic Station Development and then produced the design concept for I-75 / I-85 access with additional connections to Peachtree Street and Northside Drive.
The new diamond-shaped interchange at I-95 includes two realigned side roads and provides additional I-95 access for future, planned development and mandated emergency FEMA evacuations.
MA designed and provided construction services for a major modification to the I-85 / SR 316 interchange in Gwinnett County, Georgia.
This project consisted of widening approximately two miles of 14th Street in midtown Atlanta, relocation of Williams Street, inclusion of a new ramp.
The project widened US 41 / SR 3, an urban principal arterial, from Northgate Drive in Fulton, County to Paces Mill Road in Cobb County.
West Cobb Loop (Parkway) is a 4-lane urban arterial in western Cobb County that opened to traffic in December 2000.
Construction of this project consisted of a new interchange on I-75, widening of Riverwood Parkway, relocation of Akers Mill Road Bridge over I-75.
MA designed and provided construction services for a major modification to the I-85 / SR 316 interchange in Gwinnett County.