Roads and Bridges

At Stelic, we understand the essential role that roads, bridges, and transportation projects play in supporting the infrastructure needs of communities and businesses and are committed to delivering solutions that meet the highest standards of quality, safety, and efficiency. Whether you’re building a new highway interchange, rehabilitating an existing bridge, or implementing a multi-modal transportation hub, our team has a proven track record of delivering transportation projects of various scales, from local road improvements to large-scale, multi-jurisdictional infrastructure initiatives.

We Understand Transportation


Understanding of the network of regulations and standards governing road, bridge, and transportation construction projects, including the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) design guidelines, and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) requirements.


Knowledgeable in transportation infrastructure projects that optimizes traffic flow, load capacity, and multimodal connectivity.


Experience navigating the complex permitting and approval processes associated with transportation projects, including environmental impact assessments (EIA), Section 404 of the Clean Water Act permitting, and coordination with state departments of transportation (DOTs) and metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs).


Insights in design practices, such as warm-mix asphalt (WMA), reinforced concrete with recycled materials, and permeable pavement systems, to create transportation infrastructure that are environmentally responsible, durable, and compliant with the FHWA’s Infrastructure Voluntary Evaluation Sustainability Tool (INVEST) and the Greenroads Rating System.


Experience in designing a wide range of transportation facilities, including highways, interchanges, bridges (e.g., prestressed concrete, steel girder, and cable-stayed), tunnels, and multimodal transit hubs, each adhering to specific operational, safety, and technical requirements, such as the AASHTO Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) Bridge Design Specifications and the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) Urban Street Design Guide.


Experience developing phased construction plans and temporary traffic control measures that minimize disruption to ongoing transportation operations, collaborating closely with transportation stakeholders to ensure the continuity of critical mobility functions throughout the construction process.


Understanding of transportation construction that prioritizes flexibility and adaptability, incorporating modular design principles, expandable infrastructure, and intelligent transportation systems (ITS) to accommodate future changes in traffic volume, vehicle types, and mobility patterns.


Track record of delivering transportation projects that meet the highest standards of quality, safety, and performance, with a rigorous quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) process that includes constructability reviews, material testing, and compliance audits to ensure adherence to all relevant codes, standards, and industry best practices, such as the FHWA’s Quality Assurance Procedures for Construction and the AASHTO Transportation Asset Management Guide.


Experience managing the complex coordination and logistical challenges associated with transportation construction, utilizing project management tools, such as Primavera P6 and HCSS HeavyBid, and lean construction principles to optimize resource allocation, minimize waste, and ensure the seamless integration of specialized transportation systems, such as toll collection, dynamic message signs, and traffic signal controllers.


Work closely with our transportation clients to develop customized solutions that align with their unique operational requirements, growth projections, and financial constraints, employing life-cycle cost analysis (LCCA), benefit-cost analysis (BCA), and risk assessment techniques to optimize the long-term performance, capacity, and resilience of each transportation facility, while ensuring strict adherence to safety, accessibility, and environmental standards.