Crouch Engineering has completed dozens of successful railway engineering projects for railroads all across the United States. Below are case studies on a selection of Crouch Engineering projects.
Crouch Engineering was engaged to design the 4.5 mile long double track project for Norfolk Southern Railway.
The Crouch Engineering team was tasked with designing a new 4.5 mile section of double track main line north of Front Royal, VA for Norfolk Southern Railway.
The original track concept design for the St. Julian Wye and Amtrak servicing facility included a new wye track, tying into the Norfolk Southern Railway main line twice.
The original track concept design for the bypass around the Petersburg Autoramp necessitated the extension of an existing 10’ wide concrete arch drainage structure, and the subsequent impacts to approximately 1.5 acres of wetland.
The Crouch team was tasked with designing a highway overpass over the Norfolk Southern Railway main line at Johnson Road in Petersburg, VA, in conjunction with the Norfolk Southern Railway – VDRPT – Amtrak Passenger Project.
Crouch Engineering performed survey; track, grading, and drainage design; permitting; erosion control plans; coordination with the City and ADEM; bid phase; and construction staking for the reconstruction of Norfolk Southern Railway's South Yard.
Crouch Engineering worked with US Sugar, South Central Florida Express Railroad, utilities and regulators to plan, survey, design, permit and bid the project, and provide construction engineering and inspection services for the main line project.
The City of Hartsville wanted the South Carolina Central Railroad to move its office and railroad yard from downtown so that a green space could be created, joining the Governor’s School and the campus of Coker College.
Crouch Engineering was tasked with designing a new section of double track main line for Norfolk Southern Railway in Lindale, GA on the Atlanta – Chattanooga Norfolk Southern Railway main line.
This Indiana Southern Railroad bridge over the White River experienced a settlement failure in one of the concrete/stone piers supporting a through truss girder span. The railroad asked Crouch Engineering for assistance in restoring the bridge to service.
Crouch Engineering completed the design for an 18 mile long Greenway along the Nashville and Eastern Railroad Authority right-of-way from Algood, TN to Monterey, TN.