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August 16, 2017
The Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review held a preliminary discussion about the Belmont Bridge Tuesday. The conceptual designs presented by consultant Kimley-Horn were the culmination of over 30,000 individual data points collected from community meetings, surveys and the Belmont Bridge project website. Board members shared concerns about the project ...
May 15, 2017
Richmond-based Kimley-Horn Associates is coming closer to developing a design for the replacement of Charlottesville’s Belmont Bridge, and a steering committee overseeing the company’s work was presented with several alternatives Monday. Engineers and designers with Kimley-Horn have not yet developed distinct concepts but showed the committee several alternatives ...
April 26, 2017
The future of one of the most significant intersections in Albemarle County and Charlottesville was the topic Wednesday at the first public meeting for a new planning initiative. “We can start to get your feedback on Route 29 and the Hydraulic Area to produce a land-use plan within that general ...
April 19, 2017
The firm designing a replacement for the deteriorating Belmont Bridge has concluded three days of intense planning for the structure. “We have had wonderful weeks in Charlottesville, and the last three days have been impressive,” said Sal Musarra, with Richmond-based Kimley-Horn. City Council voted in the summer of 2014 to ...
March 29, 2017
Terrible. Unsafe. Crumbling. Those were some of the words that participants in a mobility summit on a Belmont Bridge replacement used to describe the aging downtown Charlottesville structure. “My favorite description used was ‘lumpy,’” said Jonathan Whitehurst with Kimley-Horn, the Richmond-based firm tasked with developing a new design. The company ...
February 21, 2017
As work begins for a new Belmont Bridge, members of the design team spent Tuesday night ex-plaining the parameters and constraints involved in creating a replacement for the deteriorating Charlottesville structure. “The Belmont Bridge was last rated at 40 on a scale of 100,” said Sal Musarra, project manager with ...
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