February 26, 2016


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Drainage Structures near Completion as Aesthetic Features are Applied

Dear Stakeholder:

The four drainage structures, or equalizing culverts, between Clean Water Way and Pembroke Drive near completion as the wing walls are poured and aesthetic design is applied. The wing wall pattern mimics a stacked-stone rock wall and was selected by the project’s Community Working Group (CWG). The CWG was comprised of a diverse group of citizens representing community-wide organizations and neighborhoods to develop community-based decisions on the project throughout the design process.

The rock pattern will be featured on all drainage structures throughout the length of the project. Final design details will include painting the structures Wooden Peg, a light brown color also selected by the CWG.

Stakeholder updates will be distributed weekly, and as construction operations progress.

For more information please call the project hotline at (775) 789-9832 or email Info@SouthEastConnector.com. For additional information and to sign-up to receive updates visit SouthEastConnector.com

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The first of the four drainage structures between Clean Water Way and Pembroke Drive to have aesthetic features applied.

The first of the four drainage structures between Clean Water Way and Pembroke Drive to have aesthetic features applied.

A detailed view of the rock wall pattern applied to drainage structures throughout the project.

A detailed view of the rock wall pattern applied to drainage structures throughout the project.

The rock pattern is also applied to the inner side of the wing walls that will face traffic.

The rock pattern is also applied to the inner side of the wing walls that will face traffic.

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