SEPI was selected for the City of Greenville on-call contract consisting of municipal transportation projects funded through the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).

These projects include Replacement of Bridge #421 on King George Road; South Tar Greenway Phase 3; and sidewalks associated with the Safe Routes to School Program. SEPI staff are providing construction inspections services, document control, permitting, and project documentation for funding reimbursement.

  • Replacement of Bridge #421 on King George Road, Greenville, NC. The replacement of Bridge #421 over Meeting House Branch in the Brook Valley Neighborhood had long been identified by the Greenville Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (GUAMPO) as a project of need. This project was administered under the Municipal Bridge Replacement Assistance Program. The bridge was completed in May 2017 a month ahead of schedule, within scope and budget.
  • South Tar Greenway, Phase 3, Greenville, NC. This project is a 10-foot wide multi-use path on new location and will parallel the Tar River on its south side. The corridor incorporates a series of boardwalks and includes a prefabricated steel pedestrian bridge. The project crosses under the CSX Railroad structure prior to its termination at the existing greenway location.
  • Sidewalks Associated with the Safe Routes to School Program, Greenville, NC. The City identified three candidate projects totaling ~4,530-LF for Safe Routes to Schools that addressed the need to connect local school campuses and enhance the safety of children and the wellness benefits of the community. SEPI is providing CEI services, permitting, and project documentation for Federal-funding reimbursement.