Siletz Reservation Road Improvements

Siletz Reservation Road Improvements

Akana engineers and construction specialists are providing professional engineering and design services for road improvements under an open-ended contract in support of the Tribe’s long-range transportation plan.  Projects have included road improvements related to economic development, pedestrian safety, and improved access to tribal facilities.

  • SR 229 Safety Projects—Improvements to SR 229 in downtown Siletz included curb and gutters, sidewalks, and street lighting to improve pedestrian safety involved close coordination with ODOT to meet a tight design schedule, as ARRA funds are being used in part for construction.  Project design was initiated in December, and the project was ready to bid by mid February of the following year.
  • Molalla Ct. Extension—This project involved extending Molalla Ct. to provide access to a new treatment facility as well as extending the existing network from Swan Avenue to James Franks Avenue.  The two-lane road has head-in parking on one side and parallel parking on the other.
  • Cemetery Road Upgrade—Cemetery Road from Government Hill Road to Gwee-Shut Road has been upgraded to a one-lane paved road with permeable shoulder turnouts and drainage.
  • Gwee Shut Road Sidewalk Project—Design of a new sidewalk along Gwee Shut Road included a pedestrian crossing at Logsden Road, a widened area of sidewalk and benches near a creek midway up the hill between Logsden Road and the Tribal Clinic, and a pedestrian connection to the Tribal Clinic and at the new tribal housing at Judd Road.

 

Project Details

Client:
Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians
Location:
Siletz, OR

Services Rendered

  • Roadway and Drainage Design
  • Pedestrian Facilities Design
  • Permitting Assistance
  • Construction Services
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