Virginia Avenue Pedestrian Improvement - Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) Morrow, GA
This Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) project provided streetscape improvements along Virginia Avenue in Hapeville, including decorative sidewalks and crossing demarcation, new landscaped medians, pedestrian-scale lighting, street trees, benches, trash receptacles, bicycle racks, and a gateway feature. All improvements were constructed within existing right-of-way. The gateway feature included a physical and visual marker for the City of Hapeville. The gateway includes signage, furniture, lighting, landscaping, and special paving. The brick paved plaza and park-like setting incorporates the design features from Virginia Avenue as well as existing city logos and symbols.
Tom Ziegler joins Pond as Transportation Program Director
Pond, an industry leader in planning, architecture, engineering and construction services is pleased to announce that Rodney Hoke, Sasan Hosein, David Hunter and Matthew Wilder have been named Principals at the firm. These individuals are leaders in their industries...
ATLANTA, Georgia – (10.22.18) – Pond, an industry leader in engineering, planning, architecture, and construction services, is pleased to announce the addition of Senior Project Manager Andrew Kohr. Kohr will be based out of Pond’s downtown Atlanta office and...