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    Jefferson Street South Lower Bluffwalk Phase I

     
    The Lower Bluffwalk, Phase I portion of the project is a proposed pedestrian street located between the buildings that face Jefferson and Commerce Streets. The walkway will create opportunities for an entirely new environment for the existing and proposed buildings along its path. It is envisioned to be a spine for new mixed used culture district with new galleries, shops, cafés, courtyards and overlooks.
     
    The work constructed on the Bluffwalk within this project is Phase I and will define the future walkway by establishing the proposed grade (walkway elevation), providing a sub-base material to support vehicle and pedestrian access, installing the required underground utilities, adjusting the grade along Twelfth Street for an ADA complaint connection to Commerce Street and additional minimal upgrades within the Twelfth Street roadway.
     
    In result, an ADA/ pedestrian route will connect the current more active upper downtown roadways, catalyst projects, business and facilities to the Riverfront areas and all that it has that it has to offer.  
     
     

     

    Project Representatives
    Construction Manager Charles Grant 434-455-3934
    Project Manager Cheree Taylor 434-455-4451
    Construction Inspector Derick Custis 434-455-4253
    Contractor Coleman-Adams Construction, Inc. 434-525-4700
    Contractor / Project Manager Charlie Evans 434-525-4700

     

     

     

     

    Current Posted Projects
    2012 Bridge Maintenance Project Lower Bluff Walk Phases II & III
    Bridge Safety Inspections Main Street Bridge Rehabilitation
    Fifth Street Phase II McConville Road Culvert
    Jefferson Street South / Lower Bluff Walk Phase I Rivermont Avenue Bridge
    Kemper Street Bridge Wards Road Bridge Improvements
    Lakeside Dr. / Park Ave. / Memorial Ave. Intersection  

     

     

      

    "Engineering our Present to Construct our Future!"

     

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