Running through the heart of Quincy from the Mississippi River to 36th Street, the Bill Klingner Trail is a frequently used attraction for the City. Supported by the Quincy Park District, Klingner engineers developed the initial master plan and the construction documents. The project was divided into six phases due to fundraising.
Curving along the Cedar Creek corridor, the trail consists of several prefabricated truss bridges, retaining walls, and 24” RCP pipe culverts. This project achieved a National Recognition Award in the American Council of Engineering Companies 2022 Engineering Excellence Awards.
The Adams County Highway Department was looking to replace a 10-span timber bridge. The project was federally funded, and Klingner worked with the BNSF railway to meet their concerns and provide room for future track expansion.
Phase II services included the preparation of final plans, specifications, and estimates. A unique feature of the structure is the incorporated galvanized steel beams.
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