Design Awards Highlight Innovative Transportation Projects

LJB is pleased to work with many municipal and county government clients who value problem solving, creative ideas, and cost-effective solutions. The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) in Ohio recently honored three of our clients with impressive transportation projects that met their Honor Award criteria—demonstrating a high degree of uniqueness, ingenuity and value. LJB […]

Roadway Relocation Facilitates New Hospital Construction

When the new Springfield Regional Medical Center opened at Plum and North Streets in downtown Springfield, Ohio, patients, visitors and staff had an easier time getting there, because of roadway improvements LJB designed. To accommodate the increased capacity around this medical center, the City of Springfield determined that U.S. 40 (North Street) needed to be […]

Unique Intersection Design Alleviates Common Roadway Challenges

Sometimes standard design solutions to common roadway problems just aren’t enough. In Fairfield, Ohio, one intersection– State Route 4 and State Route 4 Bypass (Bypass 4)—had a history of significant traffic delays and numerous crashes. Standard design solutions didn’t meet acceptable levels of service or project requirements, so the city and LJB had to get […]

Roadway realignment accommodates development and new interchange

One of the best things about my job is leading projects that impact my community. My family lives about a mile away from Byers Road and the new interchange at Austin Boulevard and Interstate 75. So, LJB’s goal of improving the safety and efficiency of the traveling public, and protecting the environment for future generations […]