Westshore District - Urban Design

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Westshore District - Urban Design

Westshore District - Urban Design

Client: FDOT District 7 through HNTB Engineers
Location: Tampa, FL
Size: 3.8 miles
Service: Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:
 

Segment 1-A of the I-275 construction project is a proposed (3.8 miles) segment of the (36.5 miles) of limited-access interstate highway reconstruction through Tampa, Florida. Segment 1-A begins at the east end of the Howard Franklin Bridge, continuing east through the Westshore Business District. Genesis was retained by the FDOT to provide landscape Architecture, hardscape, and streetscape design services for this highly visible project.

Preparation of a Bridge Aesthetic Report was required, which provides recommendations and design for the aesthetic treatment of bridge and wall elements. In addition, significant development of streetscape design for intersecting local streets was included. Other proposed elements include landscape lighting, streetscape development, public art, water features, bicycle/pedestrian access, retaining walls, and extensive landscaping.

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Westshore District - Urban Design


Tampa, FL

Client:

FDOT District 7 through HNTB Engineers

Location:

Tampa, FL

Size:

3.8 miles

Service

Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:

Hardscape Design
Landscape Architecture
Landscape Design
Urban Streetscape Design

Westshore District - Urban Design

Segment 1-A of the I-275 construction project is a proposed (3.8 miles) segment of the (36.5 miles) of limited-access interstate highway reconstruction through Tampa, Florida. Segment 1-A begins at the east end of the Howard Franklin Bridge, continuing east through the Westshore Business District. Genesis was retained by the FDOT to provide landscape Architecture, hardscape, and streetscape design services for this highly visible project.

Preparation of a Bridge Aesthetic Report was required, which provides recommendations and design for the aesthetic treatment of bridge and wall elements. In addition, significant development of streetscape design for intersecting local streets was included. Other proposed elements include landscape lighting, streetscape development, public art, water features, bicycle/pedestrian access, retaining walls, and extensive landscaping.