Rotary Park Pathway Phase 2 Design and Construction
In 2016, WLC was hired by the City of Casper to complete the Rotary Park Pathway Phase 2 design and construction services. WLC provided the civil design engineering, land surveying, construction staking, observation, materials testing, and construction administration. WLC also worked with the City to obtain the environmental clearance and ensure the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) grant was administered correctly. The project consisted of designing and constructing 1.75 miles of asphalt pathway along Casper Mountain Road. When Phase 3 is completed, the pathway will connect downtown Casper to Rotary Park, which is located at the base of Casper mountain. The Rotary Park Pathway Phase 2 marks the first project WLC used a drone on for preliminary survey and creation of existing contours in AutoCAD. Due to the length of the pathway, the drone was an efficient application to collect the required data. In 2017, WLC completed design and construction services for Rotary Park Pathway Phase I in 2017. This path starts closest to downtown, near Casper College, and ends at Wyoming Boulevard where Phase 2 begins.