Location Philadelphia, PA
Client City of Philadelphia Department of Streets
Services Construction Management
Project Value $5.7 million
Hill provided construction management services to the City of Philadelphia Department of Streets for the construction of four different bicycle/pedestrian trail projects within the limits of the City of Philadelphia. The projects utilized TIGER funds allocated by the United States Department of Transportation and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Project. The trails Hill was involved with include:
Bartram Gardens: This project included the construction of a 1.2 mile multi-use trail within the Bartram Gardens complex in southwest Philadelphia. Bartram Gardens is the oldest botanical garden in the United States.
Shawmont Trail: This project included the construction of a new off-road trail connecting the Manayunk Canal with the final section of the Schuylkill River Trail in Philadelphia and extending to the Montgomery County Line.
58th Street Greenway: This project included the construction of a multi-use trail 1.5 miles in length connecting Cobbs Creek Parkway with the Vicinity of Bartram Gardens Complex. The trail traverses 58th Street through the southwest section of the City of Philadelphia along active city streets.
Delaware Avenue Trail: This project is a 1.5 mile trail along Allegheny Avenue to the Betsy Ross Bridge.