The project involved the construction of over 1.2 miles of sidewalk and over 2,300 linear feet of curb and gutter. Four public meetings (organized and conducted by Armstrong Glen), were held to discuss what improvements would best serve the Pawtuckett neighborhood. The “charrette” style meetings allowed residents to voice their ideas alongside local government stakeholders, including City and County officials. Results of the meeting indicated a need for additional curb, reduced street flooding, and improved pedestrian continuity between the residences and two churches along Moores Chapel Road. Our work consisted of public involvement, planning study preparation, storm drain analysis, sidewalk/curb design, and storm drain design. The project was completed in the summer of 2014. Construction bid price was $1,500,000.