Rivery Boulevard | City of Georgetown
Project Description: This project was identified by the City of Georgetown to provide an additional north-south corridor through the City. The project includes a new 4-lane boulevard section approximately 2,500 feet in length. The project also includes a 10-foot wide sidewalk along both sides of the roadway, storm sewer, a water quality and detention pond for water pollution abatement over the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone, connections to Williams Drive, Northwest Boulevard, and a roundabout intersection with Park Drive.
KPA performed all street, drainage, water quality elements, water/wastewater, and pedestrian design for this project, as well as, coordination with sub-consultants for rights-of-way acquisition, surveying, environmental clearances, geotechnical investigations and analysis, and landscape design.
Scope of Services: Final Design, Surveying, TCEQ Clearances (WPAP, SCS), Right of Way Documents, Opinion of Probable Cost, Bidding, Review of Bids and Recommendation to Award Contract, and Construction Administration.
Construction Cost: $5,099,000