• Charlottesville Commercial Builder-Pedestrian
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This pedestrian bridge was completed at the University of Virginia, in order to provide a safe way for students to walk through campus. The project was completed in just four short months, and was first conceptualized after the Gooch Dillard residence halls became first-year housing. Pedestrian access was limited to a busy street or an informal and indirect path. The University chose to create a pedestrian path that would give students direct and safe access. Careful project planning was required to prevent damaging any of the surrounding trees during construction.

PROJECT START:  April 2015
PROJECT DURATION: 
 4 months
CONTRACT VALUE:  $936,000
CONTRACT TYPE:  Lump Sum
PROJECT MANAGER:  Robert Menasco
SUPERINTENDENT:  Everett Bradburn
ESTIMATOR:  Doug Horn
OWNER:  University of Virginia
CONTACT:  Kate Meyer
ARCHITECT:  Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects
CONTACT:  Jeffery Athen