Phase II: Downtown Rehabilitation


The City of Bryan is currently revitalizing its' downtown through several stages of an $8 million project. Determined to improve the overall look and utility of downtown Bryan, the City has focused on restoring streets and sidewalks to increase mobility of both vehicles and pedestrians.

In the second stage of the project, the focal point was 28th Street to 24th Street, including Bryan Avenue and all of the side streets in between. To improve this particular area of downtown, the focus was placed on replacing all underground utilities, and upgrading/adding to the storm sewer system. All existing overhead utilities were taken underground including electric, telephone, and TV. New sidewalks with ADA access to each building were installed, new concrete roadways and streetscape were also included.


GLS provided the design survey, boundary survey, engineering design, bid and construction phase services, and coordination with TCEQ, TxDOT and Railroad. The project was constructed by Kingsley Constructors.


PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

  • 38' Wide Roadway

  • 12 Reconstructed Blocks

  • Traffic Control Plan

  • 12" Waterline Design

  • 6,000' ADA Sidewalk

  • 8" & 12" Sanitary Sewer

  • ADA Path to Doorways

  • Streetscape Design

  • Irrigation Design

  • Storm Sewer Design

  • Construction Phasing

Pictured below are the before and after pictures showing a new sidewalk, ADA access to the building, concrete roadway and streetscape design.

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