Aberdeen and Durbin Crossing

Client:

Aberdeen
Durbin Crossing

The Aberdeen CDD is a 1,300-acre mixed-use development that includes 2,000 residential units and 100,000-square-feet of office/retail space. Approximately one mile to the east is the Durbin Crossing CDD which is a 2,000-acre mixed-use project that includes 2,500 residential units and 170,000-square-feet of office/retail space.

Together, these projects have constructed 11.6 miles of new County Roads valued at $72 Million. ETM adapted the regional transportation model to evaluate the impact from these projects, updated the Northwest Sector Plan, updated the County Traffic Circulation Element, modified the County Comprehensive Plan, updated the County Capital Improvement Plan, and provided Construction Administration services.

CR 223 was constructed as part of the Aberdeen DRI, and serves as the connection between CR 244 and Racetrack Road. ETM was responsible for the design, permitting and construction management for the 1.8 miles of new sector roadway, consisting of the construction of a 2-lane undivided section of a future 4-lane, divided sector urban roadway, including the associated drainage and utility infrastructure.

The CR 244 East roadway segment was constructed as part of the Durbin Crossing CDD and serves as the connection between CR 210/16A and Greenbriar Road. As District Engineer, ETM was responsible for the design permitting and construction management of 3.2 miles of this 4-lane, divided, urban sector roadway including the associated drainage and utility infrastructure.

CR 2209 traverses the County to relieve congestion on I-95, and serves as the connection between CR 210/16A, CR 244 and Racetrack Road. ETM was responsible for the design, permitting and construction management of the new 3.1 mile, 4-lane, divided-sector roadway, including associated drainage and utility infrastructure.

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