McClure was responsible for all aspects of the design from traffic studies, concept preparation, survey, geotechnical, preliminary and final geotechnical design, permitting, etc. McClure was also responsible for designing the drainage and stormwater system to address not only the additional stormwater due to a wider pavement surface but also the global stormwater and flooding issues that were being caused due to development in the surrounding area since the original road was constructed. This increased flow has caused severe erosion along ditch channels through limestone bedrock and created a significant drop of about 10 feet at a culvert outlet. To address these issues, project plans propose a series of gabion walls and erosion stone ditch protection. This erosion protection will continue for a length of approximately 600 feet along the drainage ditch to prevent further erosion and stabilize the ditch banks. Additionally, to avoid impacts to existing ROW, the 25 feet high embankment along this culvert is being proposed to be reconstructed as reinforced soil slope.