PROJECT: Downtown Renaissance Phase I, II, & III
OWNER: City of Dawson Springs, KY
COMMENTS: RJA has completed construction of three phases of a five phase project involving the refurbishment of the sidewalks, lighting, storm sewer, utility relocation and park area in downtown Dawson Springs. Logsdon and Logsdon designed Phase 1 only. RJA was responsible for the design (Phase 2 & 3), preparation of plans and specifications for construction, bid review & recommendation, construction management & inspection, contract administration in.

PROJECT: 2nd Baptist Church
OWNER: 2nd Baptist Church
COMMENTS: RJA designed the site grade and drainage plan for a 15 year development plan. Included in the design was a landscaped walking trail and storm water detention lake.

PROJECT: New Hope Meadows
OWNER: Habitat for Humanity
COMMENTS: The Phase I subdivision design includes lots for 27 homes and 750 feet of 8 inch gravity sewer line for proposed Habitat for Humanity housing development. Phase II and III are in the preliminary stages of design and will double the size of the subdivision and include additional sewer and water line extensions.

PROJECT: Crofton – Sidewalk, Storm Water and Street Improvements
OWNER: City of Crofton, Kentucky
COMMENTS: The design consisted of the removal of existing curb and sidewalk and the installation of new storm sewer and curbing along the business section of downtown Crofton. This project was highlighted because of the desire to maintain business operation while directing drainage away from the front of the businesses. This aspect was further complicated by the relatively flat area and the need not to disturb the elevation of the existing sidewalks and parking areas.

PROJECT: West Kentucky Veterans Center / City of Hanson: Sewer Improvements
OWNER: City of Hanson, Kentucky
COMMENTS: The design consisted of 2,500 feet of 8 inch gravity sewer line.  RJA designed a 300 g.p.m. lift station equipped with an emergency power source to service the system.  RJA redesigned two other sewer lift stations as part of these sewer improvements. Over 2,500 feet of 10 inch water line was installed along with a 16 inch water meter pit to service the WKVC. RJA was responsible for engineering design, survey, permits and construction management.