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Members of Freese and Nichols joined Irving officials and residents in marking the reopening of a residential bridge on April 11.

It was the second and final residential bridge that had been taken out as part of the Delaware Creek Channel Improvements project’s first phase.

The ceremony was also attended by several staff members of the Capital Improvements Program department, including the City Engineer Wayne Lee and Director Casey Tate as well as two council...

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Fort Worth’s Phyllis J. Tilley Bridge ribbon cutting and dedication event is taking place on Saturday, August 25. The pedestrian bridge is the first arch-supported, stress ribbon bridge in the United States and will link the City's Trinity Trails, Trinity Park and Cultural District to downtown Fort Worth.

Click here to watch several phases of the Tilley Bridge construction.

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The blue glow emanating from Trinity Park last Friday night will soon become a feature of the Fort Worth landscape. Freese and Nichols tested the lighting of the Phyllis J. Tilley Memorial Pedestrian Bridge, and it passed with flying —walking? — colors.

The arch-supported stress ribbon bridge, the first of its kind in the United States, spans the Clear Fork of the Trinity River and connects Fort Worth's downtown and Cultural District. It is named for Phyllis J. Tilley, who helped found river beautification initiatives such as Mayfest and Streams and Valleys.

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A construction milestone for the City of Fort Worth’s Phyllis J. Tilley Memorial Pedestrian Bridge took place on Monday, April 23 at 2:30 p.m. Construction crews positioned the bridge’s 163-foot-long arch across the Trinity River as the bridge nears completion. The $2.5-million bridge is the first arch-supported stress-ribbon bridge in the United States, and is named for local community advocate Phyllis J. Tilley who helped found Fort Worth Streams and Valleys, Mayfest and numerous other initiatives that have focused on beautifying and revitalizing the Trinity River in Fort Worth.

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