The 2010 sidewalk construction and repairs project involved furnishing of all materials. Installation of sidewalk and curb cut ramps at 6 locations throughout the City of Durham.
This project involved furnishing all materials, labor, equipment, tools, etc., unless otherwise specified, for the installation of sidewalk and curb cut ramps at 5 locations throughout the City of Durham.
This project will extend the American Tobacco Trail from its current end point on NC-54 at Fayetteville Street to the Chatham County line. The length of trail to be constructed by this project is approximately 4.2 miles and includes a pedestrian bridge over I-40.
This project will construct a pedestrian bridge over the stream at Lakeview Baptist Church.
The work described under this contract includes, but may not be limited to, sidewalk, driveway and apron removal, sidewalk, driveway and apron installation, cut ramp installation, tree removal, curb and gutter removal and installation, roadway milling, roadway paving, drainage structure installation, utility adjustments and incidentals required to complete the work.
This is a project being performed by a consulting engineering firm, Horvath Associates, PLLC. The purpose of the project is to provide functional design information for bicycle and pedestrian facilities along roadway corridors.
This project will provide needed repairs to existing sidewalk at various locations throughout Durham. The project will install new curb ramps that are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).