CSRS, Inc. was hired by Axiall Corporation to provide engineering, supervision and project management services for the Detailed Roadway Design of Axiall’s Lake Charles South Chemicals Plant located in Lake Charles, Louisiana. The project consists of improvements and upgrades to 8 roadways throughout Calcasieu Parish scheduled for completion in two phases.
As Project Manager, CSRS is responsible for the preparation of construction documents and cost estimates for intersection improvements required to mitigate traffic impacts along state and parish roadways, for the proposed Axiall Plant Expansion in Calcasieu Parish. CSRS engineers prepare and review plans including geometric drawings, signing plans, and associated drainage improvements for necessary improvements and upgrades to major state roadways and intersections. These improvements include the addition of left turn lanes and acceleration lanes at existing state highway intersections. Also included in the project’s scope is the determination of both existing right-of-way and required right-of-way, coordinating existing utility relocations, and determining the required section based on the design criteria, roadway classification, and traffic engineers’ recommendations.
Individual projects included:
Michael Songy, a founding Principal and CEO at CSRS, Inc., has more than 37 years of experience leading and developing the firm’s technical teams to meet its clients’ needs and vision. As CEO, he played an integral part in the strategic restructuring of CSRS into a market sector driven organization to better serve the needs of our clients. Mr. Songy has advanced the implementation of a diversity mentoring initiative throughout the company and is an advocate for the enhancement of civil engineering and technical expertise throughout the CSRS team. He has undertaken various consulting assignments including transportation planning and management of capital improvement programs such as the East Baton Rouge City-Parish Green Light Plan, feasibility analyses for land development strategies, engineering and storm water management, and impact assessments for local governing authorities, such as the Regional Impact Study for Southwest Louisiana.Contact