Winchester, VA: project included complete renovation of all underground electrical, water, sewer, storm utilities, pavers, streetlights, planters, and multiple new structures. This 7.5 million project was completed in four months, ahead of the project deadline.
Developed as part of an effort to revitalize downtown Winchester, Va., the $7.5-million pedestrian mall improvement project involved renewing all existing underground public utilities and infrastructure while updating the streetscape to support commercial and residential developments on the mall.
The team met the city’s goal to reach substantial completion before the start of the 86th Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival.
2014 ENR Mid-Atlantic 2014 Urban Hardscape Award of Merit Recipient