July 2017

CBBEL Awards/Mentions

July 28th, 2017

APWA National Award Recipients CBBEL would like to congratulate the Villages of Elmwood Park and River Forest! On Monday, August 28 projects from these two Villages will be presented with a National Award at the 2017 APWA PWX Conference in Orlando, FL.        Project of the Year Environment ($25 Million to $75 Million) Elmwood Park… Read more »

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Longtime Transportation Expert Joins CBBEL

July 28th, 2017

Effective Monday, August 7th, we’re proud to welcome PETE HARMET, PE as Senior Project Manager with focuses on managing Phase I projects and business development.  Pete spent 31 years at IDOT, where he oversaw the development of multi-billion dollar highway programs, as well as planning on the state highway system in the northeast Illinois region…. Read more »

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Palatine Becomes More “Bicycle-Friendly”

July 28th, 2017

Village of Palatine CBBEL designed and provided construction observation for approximately 12.5 miles of the Village of Palatine’s Bicycle Transportation Plan. The project included a combination of signed bike routes, striped on-street bike lanes and shared vehicle/bike lanes designed to create safer and more pleasant routes for cyclists. The Village’s efforts to become a more bicycle-friendly… Read more »

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Old Orchard Bike Path Connects Communities, Businesses

July 28th, 2017

Village of Skokie The 4,200’ long, 10’ wide shared-use path along Old Orchard Road is now open! Construction is complete on the first section of the Village of Skokie’s new Old Orchard Corridor Trail, a critical connection for the adjacent communities and businesses – and a regular bike path for several CBBEL employees! The shared-use… Read more »

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Connection Completes Salt Creek Bike Path

July 28th, 2017

City of Rolling Meadows This new section of path completed an integral link in Rolling Meadows’ bike path network. A new section of path in the City of Rolling Meadows has filled a vital gap in the city’s extensive bike trail system. The gap, between Kirchoff Road and the Rolling Meadows Public Library, fell in… Read more »

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Harper Drive Multi-Use Path Provides Increased Pedestrian Access

July 28th, 2017

Village of Algonquin Area wetlands and wildlife on full display from new path A multi-use path in the Village of Algonquin has connected the cul-de-sac at Harper Drive to Harnish Drive, providing a link between two residential areas and a connection between the Edgewood Drive bike path and Kenneth E. Neubert Elementary School. The 2,300… Read more »

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