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Fort Worth’s historic Polytechnic neighborhood hadn’t seen major roadway construction since the 1930s, so the reconstruction of the East Rosedale corridor quickly became a high-profile project. The City and Freese and Nichols took the opportunity to make it a guiding example of improved project delivery that incorporates local stakeholders, including the Texas Department of Transportation, energy companies, utilities and Texas Wesleyan University.

The team collaborated to develop a walkable corridor that honors the priorities of the neighborhood and showcases its rich history,...

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TagsTXDOT, roadway design, roundabout design, East Rosedale, storm drainage improvements, streetscape enhancements,

Freese and Nichols completed work on a project to build the first diamond interchange roundabouts in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. The project, which was completed in three months, is part of a key partnership between the City of Fort Worth and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT).

Our team, led by Project Manager Chris Bosco, helped prepare plans and obtain a construction permit from TxDOT for the fast-tracked project, which created two roundabout intersections...

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TagsTXDOT, Transportation, texas transportation, texas infrastructure, Roundabouts, roundabout design,

The Trinity River Vision Authority board voted to change the name of the Trinity Uptown project to Panther Island, but the $910 million project’s vision remains the same. It is expected to minimize flood risk, boost economic development and transform the area into a mixed-use, multimodal community.

The Panther Island project is a massive collaboration between public and private entities....

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Tagstrinity uptown, trinity river vision, Transportation, Sustainability, roundabout design, panther island, multimodality, multimodal, City of Fort Worth, bridge design,