The City of Oxford selected Bayer Becker to provide professional services for Phase 1 of the multi-use trail that will traverse around the perimeter of the City. More specifically, Bayer Becker is providing surveying and engineering services for Phase 1, which includes approximately 1 mile of new paved trail and 1.25 miles of existing fly ash trail owned by Miami University. The 10 foot wide trail will run along Morning Sun Road (SR 732) from Kelly Drive to Corso Road and will then share Corso Road to the covered bridge. The trail will cross the covered bridge and run along Four Mile Creek to Bonham Road. The path will cross Bonham Road and connect to the existing fly ash trail on Miami University’s property. Currently, the project is still in the design phase with anticipated start of construction in Spring 2017. Since much of the multi-use trail is located in the floodway and floodplain, minimizing the amount of disturbed area was critical. Several structures and pedestrian bridges are being considered as options to reduce the amount of disturbance to the area. Another important aspect of the project is to tie the trail into the environmental and historical landmarks nearby, such as the covered bridge and wooded area.
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Please contact us, to learn more about why Bayer Becker is among the top recreation design consultants in Greater Cincinnati, and the Ohio Kentucky Indiana tri-state region. Our Civil Engineers, Transportation and Traffic Engineers, Landscape Architects, Planners, and Land Surveyors are professionally licensed and ready to assist you in meeting your development goals.