Oil and Gas Client
Stahl Sheaffer Engineering has provided roadway condition assessment services to this company in support of Marcellus Shale exploration activity. This includes documenting the existing condition of weight restricted state and township roadways. The condition of the roadway is surveyed by tabulating the location, amount, and severity of all types of pavement distress in accordance with PennDOT Publication 336 Automated Pavement Condition Surveying Field Manual. During this inspection, Stahl Sheaffer collects the information with handheld GPS devices into a customized GIS geodatabase. Geo-tagged photos of the roadway are also taken and incorporated into the database.
CR 32 Western Reserve Road
This project was situated on CR 32 WesternReserve Rd., from approximately 290’ west of the well driveway to approximately 170’ East of the intersection Afterwith T-75 Knauf Rd, a distance of approximately 2,250 LF. The project consisted of pavement planning, removal of 4 ½” of existing pavement. Proof rolling was performed to identify soft spots. Partial depth repairs were performed in the identified areas. Partial depth repairs consisted of milling down 4” and then replacing with Asphalt Base Course. The pavement improvements consisted of an asphalt overlay of 4½” of Asphalt Concrete Base Course and 2” of Asphalt Concrete Surface Course. The project also consisted of maintenance and protection of traffic, shoulder stabilization, driveway adjustments, intersection widening, pipe installation, and line painting.
T-75 Knauf Road
This project was situated on T-75 Knauf Rd., from the intersection with SR 62 to the intersection with CR 32, approximately 2,042 LF. The pavement improvements included a 2” asphalt overlay using Asphalt Concrete Surface Course. Also, 100’ of the pavement at the intersection with SR 62 and CR 32 was planed to a depth of 2”. This area was then replaced with Asphalt Concrete Base Course. The project also consisted of maintenance and protection of traffic, shoulder stabilization, driveway adjustments, intersection widening, pipe installation, and line painting.