Highways / Roadways

Since the inception of the interstate system in the 1950s, RK&K has provided planning, design, and construction phase services on America's expressways, highways, urban arterials, city boulevards, and community streets. RK&K's Team is experienced on a wide range of local, state and federal transportation improvement projects. Projects are delivered using methods from traditional design-bid-build to design-build and Public Private Partnerships. Our projects include new highway facilities; roadway widening, system preservation and safety improvements; interchanges; intersections; roundabouts; residential and local streets; arterials; interstates and freeways; streetscapes and urban reconstruction; bridge replacements and rehabilitations; traffic calming; trails, bicycle and pedestrian facilities; multi-modal access improvements; park and ride lots; and "Complete Street" and "Green Street" design. Our Team provides innovative, effective and constructible solutions that focus on delivering highly functional and safe transportation systems that preserve local environmental resources, support economic goals, enhance local communities and simply make places a better place to live.

Areas of Expertise

  • Highways & Interchanges
  • Rural & Urban Arterials
  • Collector Roadways and Local Streets
  • Streetscapes
  • Intersections and Roundabouts
  • Traffic Calming
  • Bicycle & Pedestrian Facilities
  • Trails & Paths
  • Acoustic Analysis & Noise Abatement
  • ADA Compliance

Sample Projects

West Virginia Route 2 Design-Build

West Virginia Route 2 Design-Build, WV Division of Highways (WVDOH)

Civil engineering for design-build highway project through rough terrain.

I-95 / MD 43 Interchange

I-95 / MD 43, MD Transportation Authority (MDTA)

$137M project addressing improvements to 6.5 miles of I-95.

I-95 / 5th Lane Widening

I-95 / 5th Lane Widening, DE Department of Transportation (DelDOT)

Civil and highway design for widening of 2 miles of I-95.

NC-24 Access and New Base Entry Road at Marine Corps Base - Camp Lejeune, NC

NC-24 Access and New Base Entry Road at Marine Corps Base - Camp Lejeune, NC, NAVFAC

Civil engineering for design of new base entry point, access point security gate, 6-miles of new divided highway and new bridges.