Mixed-Use

Bishop Arts District, Dallas, TX

Pacheco Koch provided civil engineering, land surveying, and landscape architecture services for streetscape construction for 3,500 linear feet of Bishop Avenue from Neely Street to Colorado Boulevard in Dallas. The civil scope of work included drainage, water and wastewater infrastructure improvements, curb and sidewalk replacements, new stamped and stained pedestrian crosswalks, new street pavers, new parking lots, and mill and overlay of asphalt pavement.

A topographic survey was performed for the entire site in addition to right-of-way surveying and monumentation for portions of the site. Complete street concepts integrated into the project included wide sidewalks and crosswalks, street-side parallel parking, and striped one-way bicycle lanes. Landscaped neckdowns were created at all intersections to reduce traffic speeds and provide protective areas for pedestrians. Also included were DART coordinated bus stops with shelters and benches, a landscaped entrance feature, and a continuous left turn lane that could be used to incorporate future street care line.


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