Ashburton Avenue Reconstruction

LKB completed preliminary and final design phases (I-VI), and provided construction support services for this federally funded project, which consisted of the reconstruction of approximately one mile of a heavily traveled two lane downtown roadway in Yonkers, NY.

The preliminary design included survey and mapping, inspection/evaluation of a bridge over the Saw Mill River, soils investigation, development of design alternatives, inspection/ evaluation of the bridge over the Nepperhan River, public information meetings, environmental assessment, traffic analysis, and the development of a Design Approval Document (DAD).

The final design and preparation of contract documents for the reconstruction and improvement of the roadway included:

  • Milling and resurfacing the roadway
  • Improvements to the horizontal and vertical alignment of the roadway
  • Installation of new sidewalks, curbs and handicap ramps
  • Replacement of traffic signals at nine locations with an interconnected system
  • New pavement markings and signs
  • Bus stop turnouts
  • Drainage improvement
  • Replacement of roadway lighting and installation of decorative lighting at select locations
  • Rehabilitation of the bridge over Saw Mill River
  • Streetscape improvements including trees, landscaping, trash receptacles, and benches at select locations

Services Provided

Civil / Transportation Engineering, Construction Management / Administration & Inspection, Structural Engineering / Bridge Design


Yonkers, NY


City of Yonkers