This project took place on the Lake Michigan shoreline and site construction involved the replacement of the existing deteriorated revetment structure and failed beach cell along 1,700 feet of Lake Michigan shoreline at Fullerton Parkway. It also included the build-out of a brand new park. INTERRA was responsible for project materials and conducted field inspection and reviewed all submittals, RFI, and scheduling the required QC/QA testing with CDOT. In addition, INTERRA monitored the field concrete and asphalt material submittals and approvals and QC/QA testing of materials. INTERRA was responsible for the oversight of overall materials on the project, including but not limited to sheet pile installation, pile driving and monitoring, lake reclamation materials, general dredging, and filling operations. INTERRA provided observation and maintained daily logs of the contractor’s daily activities, pay items and traffic control. Conducted inspection of the concrete operations for the promenade and lake front steps. Other services included calculation yields on concrete, performed tapes and recorded measurements. Also, Inspection Daily Reports were prepared and provided to client.
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