NORTH CHARLESTON INTERMODAL CENTER
 

DATE COMPLETED

In Progress


DESCRIPTION

In July of 2016, Brownstone entered into a 5 year indefinite delivery contract (IDC) for contract management agent services on a “as needed” basis for the City of North Charleston for projects funded by or through the City. In March of 2017, Brownstone was awarded the North Charleston Passenger Intermodal Facility project through the North Charleston IDC. The Intermodal Facility will be constructed at the site of the existing Amtrak Passenger Station located on Graynor Avenue in North Charleston. Plans for the facility include a 15,000 square foot transportation hub that will provide intermodal connections between the Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority, Amtrak, and Southeastern Stages intercity buses. The existing Amtrak Station will be demolished and the North Charleston Intermodal Passenger Station construction on the site of the existing facility.

 
GILLS CREEK SECTION A GREENWAY
 

DATE COMPLETED

In Progress


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DESCRIPTION

After a two year public input process with the Richland County Transportation Program Development Team, we have been successful with transitioning this project to the design phase. The project includes approximately five thousand linear feet of 14-foot wide concrete sidewalk and board walks per City of Columbia design standards. The greenway will include a trail head and supporting facilities and extends from Fort Jackson Blvd. along Crowson Rd. and terminating near Bright Avenue.

 
THREE RIVERS GREENWAY
 

DATE COMPLETED

In Progress


DESCRIPTION

Three Rivers Greenway Extension Ph. 1 project incorporates an 8-foot wide concrete trail that undulates from I-26 along the Saluda River, and continues past River Banks Zoo to the confluence of the Saluda and Broad Rivers for approximately 3 miles. Features of the greenway will include boardwalks, Riverbanks Zoo access, a maintenance building, security lighting, renovated boat ramp, parking lot, environmentally friendly public restrooms, signage and information kiosks.

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BROAD RIVER CORRIDOR NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENTS
 

DATE COMPLETED

In Progress


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DESCRIPTION

These projects are located in the Broad River Road Corridor Neighborhood and surrounding roadways. The neighborhood improvements are generally defined by the Broad River to the North and East, the Saluda River to the Southeast, I-26/I-126/I-20 to the Southwest and Piney Grove Road/Harbison State Forest to the Northwest. The boundaries of the Broad River Corridor are located within the area referred as the Saint Andrews Designated Census Area. The projects within the focus of the scope involve intersection and streetscape improvements. The potential improvements are as follows:

  • Intersection Improvements at Greystone Blvd./Broad River Rd., Bush River Rd./Broad River Rd., and St. Andrews Rd./Broad River Rd.

  • Various landscaped median locations from Broad River Bridge to St. Andrews Rd.

  • Underground utilities from the Broad River Bridge to St. Andrews Rd.

  • Streetscape and Pedestrian Accommodations Improvements at Greystone Blvd./Broad River Rd., Bush River Rd./Broad River Rd., and St. Andrews Rd./Broad River Rd.

  • Lighting from the Broad River Bridge to St. Andrews Rd.

  • Recommendations from the US 176 Road Safety Audit Final Report prepared for SCDOT and submitted by Civil Engineering Consulting Services, Inc. dated October 2017.

 
CRANE CREEK NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENTS
 

DATE COMPLETED

December 2018


DESCRIPTION

The Richland Penny Program proposed neighborhood improvements to the Crane Creek Neighborhood area. The options were selected directly from the approved Richland County Neighborhood Master Plan. The project includes streetscaping, intersection improvements, addition of sidewalk and pedestrian paths, and designated bike routes. These improvements will take place on Monticello Road, Fairfield Road, Crane Church Road, Blue Ridge Terrace, Heyward Brockington Road, and various other routes shown on the map located below.

Brownstone is involved with the completion of Phase I and is currently involved with the design of sidewalk and streetscaping, overseeing public meetings, and management of the of the 5,100 LF project.

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CANDLEWOOD NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENTS
 

DATE COMPLETED

In Progress


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DESCRIPTION

The scope of the proposed neighborhood improvement project was determined in Phase 1 (concept phase) of this project. The project scope was selected directly from the approved Richland County Neighborhood Master Plan and refined based on public and stakeholder input and available funding.

Phase 2 includes design and construction of the following:

  1. Harrington Drive Sidewalk

  2. Athena Drive Sidewalk

  3. Green Springs Drive Sidewalk

Phase 3 consists of complete site work and traffic control including, but not limited to: construction of concrete sidewalks, pedestrian ramps, painted crosswalks and utility coordination and necessary utility adjustments along the following roads/streets within the Candlewood neighborhood;

  1. Arcola Drive Sidewalk

  2. Concourse Drive Sidewalk

  3. North Chateau Drive Sidewalk

 
BROAD RIVER NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENTS
 

DATE COMPLETED

In Progress


DESCRIPTION

The Broad River Neighborhood Master Plan includes four projects that are included in the Transportation Penny Program. The projects, selected through a process of public input, include sidewalks and some street-scape enhancements.

The projects included are: McRae Street Sidewalk, Gibson Street Sidewalk, Pearl Street Sidewalk and Hart Street Sidewalk. The design of this project was delivered in two phases: Phase 1 consisted of developing a conceptual report outlining proposed scope of work based on stakeholder and public input. Phase 2 consisted of implementation and development of final design according to the recommendations from Phase 1.

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TRENHOLM ACRES | NEW CASTLE NEIGHBORHOOD IMPROVEMENTS
 

DATE COMPLETED

In Progress


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DESCRIPTION

The Trenholm Acres | Newcastle Community is an approximately 1,050 acre neighborhood located in Richland County about 9 miles northeast of downtown Columbia. The neighborhood is just southeast of Highway 277 and just south of Interstate 20 and is bound by Two Notch Road to the south and Parklane Road to the east and Fontaine Road to the west. Trenholm Acres | Newcastle is located about 6 miles from Fort Jackson, a little over 5 miles from Sesquicentennial State Park, and about 18 miles from Lake Murray.

Brownstone is currently overseeing the design of 22,000 LF of sidewalk and streetscaping that will be presented to the public for input.