Street & Thoroughfare Construction

  1. 2013 Fayetteville/Buxton/Riddle Realignment:ST-254

    Due to the existing offset configuration, the intersection of Fayetteville Street, Buxton Drive and Riddle Road does not operate efficiently under current traffic volumes and will only decrease in level of service as traffic volumes increase in the coming years.

  2. 2013 Angier-Driver Commercial Area Streetscape

    This streetscape program is designed to promote economic revitalization and improve the quality of life for residents and visitors, consider historic tradition of business enterprises and community needs, and to enhance the visual appeal of the Angier/Driver commercial corridor in Northeast Central Durham.

  3. ST-259 NCIMED Building Basement Renovations

    This project will complete the final work associated with the downtown streetscape project. The portion of sidewalk in front of the North Carolina Institute of Minority and Economic Development (NCIMED) building, also known as the Mechanics and Farmers Bank, 114 W Parrish Street, had not been completed due to underground utility conflicts. This project will resolve the conflicts and replace the existing sidewalk to complete the streetscape project on Parrish street.

  4. 2014 Duke/Gregson Curb Extensions (ST-272)​

    This is a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) from qualified firms (Engineers) to provide engineering design services for the Duke/Gregson Curb Extension project in Durham at approximately 16 locations along Duke and Gregson streets.

  5. 2015 Carver Street Extension (ST-257)

    The city’s Public Works Department is ready to present designs of the new roadway showing the location and characteristics of the proposed improvements for Carver Street from Danube Lane to the intersection of Old Oxford Highway and Hamlin Road.

  6. Inspection Services for City Projects (ST-281c)

    This is a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) from qualified firms to provide construction administration services for the 2015 Sidewalk Repair project in Durham along Ash Street, Guthrie Avenue, and Buchanan Boulevard.

  7. ST-264 Fayetteville Road Wideing

    Due to the existing offset configuration, the intersection of Fayetteville Street, Buxton Drive and Riddle Road does not operate efficiently under current traffic volumes and will only decrease in level of service as traffic volumes increase in the coming years.

  8. Markham -Mangum-Roxboro Medians (ST-276)

    This project involves the furnishing of all materials, labor, equipment, tools, etc. unless otherwise specified, for the complete removal and installation of sidewalks along portions of Ash Street, Guthrie Avenue, and Bucanan Boulevard.