Bertsch-Frank & Associates is involved in many roadway and bridge projects all over the state of Indiana, and we are experienced in providing high quality product in a fast paced environment. Our typical services include project control points, cross sections, location and grade for fixtures such as signs, box culverts, water/sewer lines, right-of-way staking, radius points, curb staking, and we will final stake any monuments or section corners that may need to be maintained for your project.
3D model for Machine Controlled Grade Operations With the advent of Global Positioning System (GPS), many contractors are migrating to machine controlled grade operations. GPS controlled systems offer a wide array of applications from mass excavation to concrete and asphalt paving.
$45.6 Million INDOT Major Moves Project to relocate US 231 in West Lafayette, Indiana including construction of new roadway and bridges. Bertsch-Frank provided initial construction engineering and layout, Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan, Machine Control Model, Right-of-way, Mass Excavation & Slope Stakes, Utility Layout, Wetlands Mitigation, Bridge Layout, and final Asbuilt Surveys.
Road reconstruction on S.R. 19 for 1.7 miles including Right of Way Engineering, bridge rehabilitation, and utility relocations.
$722 Million INDOT Major Moves Highway Construction Contracts to upgrade or bypass US 31 bottlenecks near South Bend, Kokomo, and Indianapolis including nearly 50 miles of new roadway construction and 18 new interchanges to bring this US highway up to freeway standards.
New Road Construction including temporary railroad runaround, a permanent railroad overpass, a sanitary sewer pump station, a wetlands mitigation area, and several box culvert structures.
Road reconstruction with added travel lanes and bridge deck reconstruction.
Construction of a new highway including a roundabount and new bridge over the US 31 Interchange
Road reconstruction project including new sidewalks and storm sewer facilities.
Added travel lanes on US 20 with utility relocates and design build erosion & sediment control (SWPPP)
1.5 miles of roadway reconstruction on McClung Road