Client: City of Tyler
Adams Engineering & Development Consultants was the project engineer and landscape architect for Earl Campbell Parkway; a new 1.77-mile roadway with four traffic lanes, two bike lanes, landscape median and sidewalks.
The scope of work included drainage and storm design, sanitary sewer improvements, water design (with one new lift station) and Phase I ESA. A large portion of the improvements also included the upgrade of landscape design in the median and the addition of sidewalks and two bike lanes.
Diligent coordination with the City and affected businesses in the area was critical in the success of this project. Adams Engineering & Development Consultants also assisted the City in managing environmental risks, which allowed the project to proceed in a timely manner. Staying true to Tyler’s designation as “America’s Rose Capital,” over 840 roses will be planted along this minor arterial road, and over 230 trees will be planted to reinforce the Mayor’s Tree Tyler Initiative. Low-volume irrigation will sustain the plantings through the central control system utilized by the City to promote water conservation.