Construction administration and inspection of state and local agency construction projects including:
- Storm and Sanitary Sewer Construction
- Sewer Rehabilitation including CIPP
- Treatment Plant and Lift Station Construction
- Tunnel Construction and Rehabilitation
- Park and Trail Construction
- Highway, Road and Street Construction, Rehabilitation and Maintenance
- Bridge and Culvert Construction and Rehabilitation
- Environmental Services
- Review and approval of pay applications for completed work.
- Review and approval of requests for change orders.
- Review plans and provide recommendations concerning project design and construction.
- Complete post construction drawings and final documentation.
Click on an image below to learn more about a past project completed by Farah & Sons, Inc.
9505 East 59th Street Suite -B2
Indianapolis, IN 46216-2254
Indianapolis DPW Project RS-09-022 Resurface Program
May 2009 – September 2009
Client: Indianapolis Testing Laboratory
Inspection of all aspects of resurfacing project including HMA and concrete cold planning, Intermediate and Surface HMA paving, HMA base repair, road widening, and drainage control. Part Time Inspection on concrete curb, ADA sidewalks and curb ramps.
Hoosier Heartland Highway – SR 25 near Tippecanoe and Carroll Counties – CR 625E over SR 25 & NS Railroad – CR 500 over SR 25 & NS Railroad – CR 900E over SR 25 & NS Railroad
June 2009 – December 2010
Construction of northbound and southbound single-span bridges over both NS railroad and County Line Road, 750,000CY of embankment, and approximately 19,000sys of 11-inch concrete pavement. Construction of 333-foot-long three-span, continuous composite pre-stressed concrete bulb-T beam bridge on pile foundations and approximately 1/2 mile of new alignment roadway construction. Construction of mixed MSE abutments and 180,000CY of embankment fill. Construction of 364-foot-long, three-span, continuous composite pre-stressed concrete bulb-T beam bridge on pile foundations. This project also included a jack and bore pipe under Norfolk Southern Railroad. Inspectors were responsible for monitoring daily operations of contractor, testing and sampling of materials, and performing all required documentation.