The Rosalind Avenue Project, an integral part of the Southern Gateway to the City of Orlando, was an extensive streetscape design with pavers, irrigation, lighting, and landscaping.
The project crossed Lake Lucerne at the south end of the urban core and moved through the National Register Cherokee Historic District and Franklin Albert Park. A 270-foot highly ornamental bridge structure was constructed over Lake Lucerne and under the East-West Expressway. Elements of the bridge construction included period street lighting, decorative iron railings, pavers, and tree planters within the bridge walkways. Continuity with Orlando’s Downtown Streetscape Concepts was maintained throughout the project corridor.
The 1.0-mile urban, multilane roadway design also included a complex maintenance of traffic schematics, underground utility relocations, and a very complex public involvement process. This project also included alum injection of Lake Lucerne for water clarification. Survey services included design survey, right-of-way mapping, legal descriptions, hydrographic survey of surrounding lakes, and Geodetic Information System compatible to Orange County.