Razorback Greenway Improvements – North Bentonville Trail
Originally opened in 2015 by the Northwest Arkansas Trailblazers, the Razorback Regional Greenway is a 36-mile, primarily off-road shared-use trail that runs from Fayetteville, AR to Bentonville, AR. Along the Bentonville segment, a one-mile stretch had been cobbled together over many years, affecting the experience for bike riders and walkers. Crossland Heavy was hired to refresh the trail, including 428 linear feet of new concrete on the trail itself, replacement of an existing wood bridge, construction of a native stone plaza and wall, and a three-barrel box culvert for trail crossing. Paving a new, 13-vehicle parking area was also included in the project scope, with extra-long and wide parking spaces for ease of loading and unloading bicycles. The project also included corresponding road widening, and new storm drains for the city of Bentonville. The project had to be completed in time for the annual Bentonville Marathon, which Crossland met easily, and delivered the project under budget.The trail updates are sure to bring community recreation and enjoyment for years to come.
Industry Sector: Parks + Recreation
Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build / Hard Bid
Self-Perform: Below-Grade Utilities, Cast-in-Place Concrete
Owner: City of Bentonville – Parks and Recreation
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