At Fisher Arnold, our transportation team offers comprehensive traffic and transportation planning, engineering, and design services providing workable solutions to the complexities involved in the world of transportation.
For over a quarter of a century, we have meticulously designed, engineered, and ensured that any transportation project with the Fisher Arnold brand was designed with quality and safety. People rely on a variety of transportation venues during the course of their daily lives, and our team takes seriously the responsibility to ensure these roads, bridges, and highways are both functional and safe.
Through our technical expertise, creative visioning and consensus-building, Fisher Arnold solves highly complex traffic and transportation challenges for government, private-sector, not-for-profit, and community clients. We combine industry-transforming concepts with more traditional traffic analyses and carefully implement these items with sensitivity to appropriate context and conditions. In addition, our Ei Model allows us to easily cross-supply needed attributes, such as safety and environmental protocols like NEPA, throughout the process, resulting in a total “one stop” solution for our client’s project.
We live and breathe traffic and transportation. Our specialized staff are leaders in the transportation industry, highly trained and qualified with the ability to apply expertise honed from our years and diversity of successes, in a multitude of settings resulting in the most efficient designs and solutions possible.
Air Cargo Ramp Phase I
Fisher Arnold provided planning and programming for an area of approximately 70 acres of an Air Cargo facility just north of the Tennessee National Guard site.
Fisher Arnold designed the improvements to I-240 beginning north of SR-385 and extending to north of Walnut Grove Road. The projects includes the construction of an additional lane for both the northbound and southbound lanes, adjustments to interchange ramps, construction of fifteen retaining walls and two noise barrier walls. The total project length is 3.070 miles. Fisher Arnold is also providing CEI support for EPSC and general Inspection Services to another CEI consultant during the construction phase of this project.
SR-385 I-40 to Hwy 64
Fisher Arnold performed design survey and prepared preliminary plans, right-of-way plans and construction plans for SR-385 from U.S. Highway 64 (SR- 15) to I-40 for the Tennessee Department of Transportation.
Construction Engineering and Inspection
Fisher Arnold was contracted by TDOT to provide CEI services for the first section of I-69 to be constructed in the state of Tennessee. This $35,000,000 project consisted of over four miles of new interstate including two interchanges and nine (9) bridge structures. FA is responsible for all surveying earthwork calculations, Erosion Control inspection, weekly progress meetings, full time Construction Inspection, Project Administration, Progress payments, certified payrolls, Employee Interviews and Contract Compliance.