Dale SEPTA Lansdale Station, Lansdale, PA December 12, 2006. Project included reconfiguring the track work on SEPTA's Main Line. Dale Interlocking was the junction of the Main Line and two branch lines, the Doylestown Branch to the north and east and the Stony Creek Branch to the south and west. The entire interlocking was reworked with a universal crossover to allow double movements through the area and included major changes to the station area as well.
DRM provided CADD/Drafting professional services.
DRM provided engineering services required at the Easton and Susquehanna Roads Rail-highway grade crossing in the borough of Abington. The work consist of
DRM International, Inc. (DRM) performed professional services in the areas of providing computer aided design development (cadd) and cost estimating services to a detailed site plan for the crossing illustrating all utilities and proposed locations of warning devices.
- conducting field survey of the location to obtain existing data for the purposes of construction and identifying all obstructions to installation.
- providing detailed site plan for the crossing that shows all utilities and proposed locations of warning devices.
- providing a detailed cost estimate for the construction process