Street & Thoroughfare Construction

  1. City Hill Plaza (ST-243)

    The design for this project, prepared by Kimley-Horn and Associates, includes new curb and gutter, new water quality devices, sidewalks with brick pavers, streetlights and landscaping at the corner of City Hall Plaza and Mangum Street.

  2. 2013 Old Five Points (ST-260)​

    This project will construct streetscape elements at the Old Five Points intersection.

  3. 2014 Ninth Street Streetscape

    Ninth Street streetscape improvement project is a public-private redevelopment project that seeks to address infrastructure challenges along Ninth Street.

  4. 2014 R. Kelly Bryant Bridge Light Repairs (ST-230)

    The scope of this project is to replace the failed blue LED lights across the arches on both sides of the R. Kelly Bryant pedestrian bridge.

  5. 2015 Speed Hump Construction (ST-275)​

    This project involves the furnishing of all materials, labor, equipment, tools, etc. unless otherwise specified, for the complete installation of 12 speed humps and removal of five existing speed humps at various locations throughout Durham. The removal of speed humps includes but is not limited to required milling and patching, shoulder reconstruction and resurfacing of the street.

  6. ST-254 Fayetteville-Buxton-Riddle Realignment

  7. 2017 Speed Hump Construction (ST-284)​

    This project involves the furnishing of all materials, labor, equipment, tools, etc. unless otherwise specified, for the complete installation of 12 speed humps and removal of five existing speed humps at various locations throughout Durham. The removal of speed humps includes but is not limited to required milling and patching, shoulder reconstruction and resurfacing of the street.

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.