23rd St Revitalization - OKC, OK

Crafton Tull provided the civil engineering and surveying services for the two-mile corridor study of 23rd Street in Oklahoma City completed in 2002. Our team also served as the design phase project manager for one mile of the corridor, which included roadway widening/reconstruction, streetscape, lighting, traffic signals, and utility relocations.

Phase 2 of the NE 23rd Street Revitalization consisted of street improvements, the widening of a one-mile section of 23rd Street, and the replacement of one-half mile of existing small waterlines with a larger 12" waterline.  The intersection of Martin Luther King Boulevard and NE 23rd  Street is now home to a civil rights monument and a public park. The design also incorporated new signalization, two additional intersections, accented with brick pavers, as well as crosswalks and landscape improvements.