Neighborhood Infrastructure Enhancement Prog.

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Neighborhood Infrastructure Enhancement Prog.

Neighborhood Infrastructure Enhancement Prog.

Client: City of Tallahassee
Location: Tallahassee , FL
Size: Citywide
Service: Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:
Contact Staff: James P. Sullivan, P.E.
 

Genesis assisted the City of Tallahassee in developing a $50 million program to address issues related to neighborhood infrastructure revitalization.  Candidate projects were identified through City and public input and were categorized into the following five (5) groups:

 I Reconstruction of Residential Streets
 II Reconstruction of Neighborhood Collector Streets
 III Residential Sidewalks
 IV Arterial/Collector Sidewalks
 V Miscellaneous Project Improvements

Projects were ranked based on safety, proximity to pedestrian generators, maintenance frequency and compatibility with current revitalization initiatives.  A series of public meetings were held throughout the City to inform the public on the specific nature of this new program and to refine the project list.

Genesis prepared presentation materials, developed web pages and constructed an information kiosk to assist the City with informing citizens and getting input into program development.  Extensive field investigations were performed to identify project need, verify project limits, and to evaluate construction issues.  Detailed project descriptions were prepared and maps of each project were completed utilizing Geographic Information Systems (GIS).

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Neighborhood Infrastructure Enhancement Prog.


Tallahassee , FL

Client:

City of Tallahassee

Location:

Tallahassee , FL

Size:

Citywide

Service

Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:

Engineering
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Planning
Public Involvement

Contact Staff:

James P. Sullivan, P.E.

Neighborhood Infrastructure Enhancement Prog.

Genesis assisted the City of Tallahassee in developing a $50 million program to address issues related to neighborhood infrastructure revitalization.  Candidate projects were identified through City and public input and were categorized into the following five (5) groups:

 I Reconstruction of Residential Streets
 II Reconstruction of Neighborhood Collector Streets
 III Residential Sidewalks
 IV Arterial/Collector Sidewalks
 V Miscellaneous Project Improvements

Projects were ranked based on safety, proximity to pedestrian generators, maintenance frequency and compatibility with current revitalization initiatives.  A series of public meetings were held throughout the City to inform the public on the specific nature of this new program and to refine the project list.

Genesis prepared presentation materials, developed web pages and constructed an information kiosk to assist the City with informing citizens and getting input into program development.  Extensive field investigations were performed to identify project need, verify project limits, and to evaluate construction issues.  Detailed project descriptions were prepared and maps of each project were completed utilizing Geographic Information Systems (GIS).