Church Street

Colleyville, TX


  • Municipal


  • civil engineering
  • land surveying

This is a $1.7 million roadway reconstruction, widening and re-alignment project. Design included enhanced pavement at intersections and a bridge at Pleasant Run Creek for the City of Colleyville. BHB provided engineering design and surveying services for the realignment of an older segment of Church Street with a newer portion of the roadway by developing a tight reverse curve design with super elevation.

The design accounted for pedestrian access by constructing sidewalks along the roadway with accessible ramps at each intersection and a hike/bike trail along Pleasant Run Creek. Church Street (west) was widened from two lanes to four lanes to match the number of lanes on Church Street (east). Overall, construction involved 1,400 LF of major collector-grade roadway with a hike/bike trail, a culvert bridge across Pleasant Run Creek, and installation of storm drains, waterlines and sanitary sewerlines.

This project also required right-of-way acquisition, TxDOT permitting, modification to the existing traffic signals at Colleyville Blvd., a hydrologic and hydraulic study to size the culvert bridge, and a Pre-Construction Notification (PCN) for a nationwide permit through the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 

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