Independence Drive - A “Complete Street” Road Design Municipality of Anchorage, Project Management & Engineering. Anchorage, Alaska.
This tree-lined boulevard was put on a “Road Diet ” to create a multi-modal street for all users. By narrowing the lanes, an extra 12 feet was gained for a new non-motorized pathway and for the preservation of mature trees identified as a priority by the community. Phase 2 is adding new connectivity to O’Malley Road greatly reducing cut-through traffic on local streets.
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Quinhagak Sanitation Improvements – Changing Lives Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Village Safe Water. Quinhagak, Alaska
Bringing potable, running water and a sewer system to over 89 homes. Many residents were skeptical in the beginning. They couldn’t imagine that they were really going to get flush toilets and hot showers but once the first homes were connected, word spread throughout the village. Friends and family lined up waiting for their turn to take a shower!
Kincaid Park– Investing in Community Infrastructure Municipality of Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska
A 1,400 acre world class park in the heart of Anchorage needed infrastructure upgrades to serve local residents, national competitions for the U.S. Olympic X-country ski teams, and the yearly Alaska Ski for Women – the largest all women event in the Nation. The new gateway and entrance road, pathways including the iconic bridge, and parking lot and stadium improvements were designed to preserve the rural park-like setting and feeling of discovery around every corner whether you are driving, biking, skiing or just out for a stroll.