Parker County Honored with Public Works Award
Congratulations to our clients at Parker County, recognized with a Public Works Project of the Year award for Aledo Trail, Transportation category, $2 million – $5 million division. Judge Mark Riley accepted the honor at the American Public Works Association, Texas Chapter Annual Conference banquet on Thursday, June 25.
Alan Greer, Judge Mark Riley and TPWA President Kristina Ramirez at the Annual Conference Awards Banquet.
Our transportation team, led by Chris Bosco, helped the County design Aledo Trail as an innovative solution: One-way streets function as a roundabout, with separate northbound and southbound railroad crossings. This provides two lanes of traffic in each direction through downtown, while increasing safety for autos and pedestrians. It was also the most cost-effective of the options considered.
Freese and Nichols is managing the entire $117 million Parker County Transportation Bond Program, which involves design, coordination and construction of more than two dozen projects. Program Manager is Morgan McIlwain, Program Management, Fort Worth.