The streetscape enhancements feature a combination of new concrete sidewalks, curbing, enhanced landscaping, brick pavers, benches, trash receptacles, pedestrian plazas and ADA ramps, which will cover about 1.15 miles in length, along Pleasant Hill Road in two locations between Shackelford Road and Club Drive as well as from Old Norcross Road to Satellite Boulevard.
“This project is an effort to enhance our district’s visual appeal and pedestrian safety, says Joe Allen, executive director – GPCID. “The installation of these streetscape elements will enhance the area’s walkability,” he added.
In September 2018, the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners awarded a contract to CMES, Inc. to construct the project. The project is funded jointly by Gwinnett County’s 2009 SPLOST program and GPCID funds.
“We are grateful for our partnership with the Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District and for Gwinnett voters who enabled this project to happen by approving the SPLOST sales tax,” said Jace Brooks, District 1 commissioner.
Pleasant Hill Road streetscape project phases one to four have been completed over the past eight years, including the installation of pedestrian lighting and new LED streetlights. Learn more at gwinnettplacecid.com/ projects/streetscape-intersection/.
For more information or to request before and after project images, please contact, Maggie McDaniel at email@example.com.
About Gwinnett Place CID
The Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District was founded in 2005 and its mission is to enhance the economic vitality of Gwinnett’s central business district by strengthening the area’s role as the center of commercial activity. With its proximity to the world-class Arena at Gwinnett Center venue and the Interstate 85 and Georgia Highway 316 corridors, Gwinnett Place serves as the gateway to the Atlanta region and all of Northeast Georgia. Annually, more than 8 million visitors come to Gwinnett Place seeking unique shopping experiences, an international mix of dining options and a wide array of entertainment venues. For more information, please visit the website, or connect via Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Instagram.
Maggie McDaniel, on behalf of GPCID