SEPI has been selected to provide CEI and construction management services associated with the Town of Clayton’s Pedestrian Connector project. The project corridor begins at the Town of Clayton’s Community Center, winds along Amelia Church Road, on new location at times, and ties into existing pedestrian infrastructure at other points. It then diverts away from the roadway right-of-way to an alignment along existing Town of Clayton utility easements, with a crossing of Little Creek, and terminates at Lombard Street where it links back into existing pedestrian infrastructure. The pedestrian connector is being constructed in an environmentally sensitive area adjacent to the Neuse Buffer Zone and will adhere to 401, 404, and buffer requirements.
The scope of work includes inspection of subgrades; compaction testing of fill soils; concrete material sampling and testing; nuclear gauge testing of aggregate base material and asphalt; pedestrian walkway structure inspection; monitoring sedimentation and erosion control devices; monitoring traffic control; monitoring utility conflicts and relocations; and inspection of asphalt laydown as needed in accordance with NCDOT standards. SEPI will also provide project claims avoidance, project closeout, and work to certify the project for reimbursement under federal LAPP-funding.