Bayside Engineering, Inc. was retained by the Town of Watertown to secure construction funding through the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) and prepare design plans to reconstruct Pleasant Street from the Waltham town line to Main Street at Watertown Square, which was in very poor condition and in urgent need of repair. Design improvements included traffic safety and pedestrian accessibility. Read more.
Rehabilitation of Ipswich Road Between Route 97 and Route 1
The Town of Topsfield retained Bayside Engineering, Inc. to rehabilitate Ipswich Road beginning at Route 97 and continuing easterly for approximately 4,200 feet (0.8 miles) to Route 1. The rehabilitation was necessary to improve the existing roadway pavement and traffic safety conditions, and to make necessary handicap accessibility upgrades and stormwater quality improvements. The project also includes the replacement of existing water main beneath North Street (630 linear feet), Haverhill Street (1100 linear feet) and Pine Street (860 linear feet). Read more.
Bayside Engineering, Inc. was retained by Littleton Investments, LLC and worked closely with the Town of Littleton to secure construction funding through the MassWorks Grant program to prepare design plans to reconstruct a section of Route 119 in Littleton, MA. Bayside prepared the necessary traffic impact studies, Functional Design Report and Project Framework Document (as required by the Federal Highway Administration) for these improvements as a result of the development of a 100 acre site at the intersection of Interstate 495 (I-495) and Route 119. Read more.
Reconstruction of Maple Street (Route 31) From Bemis Street to Main Street Spencer, MA
Bayside Engineering, Inc. was retained by the Town of Spencer to secure construction funding through the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) and prepare design plans to reconstruct a section of Maple Street (Route 31), which was in very poor condition and in urgent need of repair. Read more.
Dartmouth Street, Historic District Downtown Boston, Massachusetts
Bayside Engineering, Inc. was responsible for improvements to Dartmouth Street, which consists of roadway reconstruction design and streetscape, for this historic Back-Bay urban arterial roadway. Bayside has designed Dartmouth Street between Huntington Avenue and Boylston Street, changing it from a two-way roadway to a one way. The proposed design has increased recreation space and improved the efficiency of traffic flow. Read more.
Bayside Engineering, Inc.’s designs for these two (2) separate projects involved the complete reconstruction of 9.1 miles of an existing two-lane roadway through partially rural, partially urban areas of Northampton and Huntington, Massachusetts. Read more.