COT Cameron St. Streetscape
Final enhancement livens arts district
A block-long section of thoroughfare within the Brady Arts District in Tulsa, OK, lacked adequate pedestrian walkways. Crossland Heavy crews self-performed the concrete for new sidewalks and paver stones. Lighting was added to improve the area’s security. Attractive landscaping enhanced the overall visual charm of the neighborhood. The project provided better access to nearby businesses and upgraded safety for pedestrians. Tulsa had recently improved the other streetscapes of their Brady Arts District; this was the last portion to receive enhancements, completing the district’s total beautification.
Industry Sector: Transportation
Self-Perform: Cast-in-Place Concrete
Owner: City of Tulsa
Architect: Wallace Engineering
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