SR 27 to Downtown Pedestrian Path

Fairfield, WA



Grant Funded


Project Cost

6' wide

Pedestrian Path


Century West became involved in this project in the planning stage. We provided a grant application to the Town of Fairfield for federal funding. The project was selected through the Spokane Regional Transportation Council for funding. Century West submitted the project for Transportation Improvement Board matching funds. These funds were secured, making the project 100% grant funded.

Century West then provided design of the project. The project included constructing a paved pedestrian pathway through the Town’s park and a precast concrete bridge crossing with cast-in-place abutments and hand railing. The 6-foot-wide pedestrian path and pedestrian bridge crossing Rattler’s Run Creek connects one of the Town’s main arterials and State Highway 27 with the downtown business area. It is an important link for pedestrian and bicycle traffic traveling to and from the Town’s northeast residential areas. Century West provided full grant administration and secured all required permits throughout the project. During construction, our firm provided contract and grant administration as well as materials testing, construction observation, and surveying.