Clemson-North Springs Intersection
- Intersection Design
- Transportation Engineering
- $3.2M Project Value
- ACEC Engineering Excellence Award Winner
Located next to the 300-acre mixed-use lifestyle center, The Village at Sandhill, and many residential developments home to more than 15,000 residents within a two-mile radius, is the intersection of the Clemson and North Springs Roads. This design focused on decreasing congestion from the surrounding growth.
Cox and Dinkins provided roadway design and surveying services for the improvements to the intersection of Clemson and North Springs Roads, one of six intersection improvement projects awarded the “Engineering Excellence Award” from the American Council of Engineering Companies. Cox and Dinkins teamed with C.R. Jackson under their design-build contract with Richland County, along with Civil Engineering Consulting Services and PAN, to complete the project in a timely and cost-efficiently.
The road widening and intersection improvement project consisted of a new right turn lane from Clemson Road onto North Springs; widening North Springs to provide dual left turn lanes onto Clemson Road; converting Forum Drive to a right-in/right-out only; and widening Rhame Road to provide dual left turn lanes and a right turn lane onto Clemson Road.