We assessed and analyzed existing conditions for pedestrians including walkway widths, surfaces, lighting, and obstruction. The report articulated recommendations and priorities for improvements. A list of ten projects for future CIP budgets was also listed.
The firm assessed and analyzed existing conditions for pedestrians including walkway widths, surfaces, lighting, and obstructions with recommendations and prioritization for improvement, along with generating a list of ten projects for future capital improvement programming.
The city, merchant groups, and neighborhood associations retained A DYE DESIGN as part of the design team to create an off-street pedestrian/transit link for the major developments within the Core between their four major commercial/retail nodes: The Esplanade, Biltmore Fashion Park, Town and Country, and the Pavilions.
A DYE DESIGN was part of a teem to define Urban Design Guidelines for the future streetcar project, helped to define future Stop Architecture, participated in Alternatives Analysis for alignment options, and determining visual impact for the Environmental Assessment. An integral part of this work was the creation of sketches and other public meeting materials for the Citizens Advisory Committee. Completed in 2012.
A DYE DESIGN completed site planning and construction documentation for all 22 center street, side street and split-station platforms, 14 Traction Power Substations, 7 Signals buildings, and 5 Transit Centers. ADD was the Landscape Architecture Coordinator with each line section station finish architects, landscape architects, and artists, as well as park & ride, substation, and transit center engineering consultants.