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Uplifting Communities Through Downtown Revitalizations

From street furniture, native landscaping, and decorative paving, to sewer replacements and underground utilities, McGill provides a complete package of downtown streetscape revitalization services. Our land planning and recreation team is passionate about working with communities and their stakeholders to develop a design, budget, and schedule to bring each one of their visions to life.

Improving a downtown has multiple benefits, such as increasing economic activity by creating better access to businesses; increasing safety through improved sidewalks, crosswalks, parking, and traffic patterns; and building upon a community’s identity and character. McGill has completed 22 streetscapes across North Carolina (see graphic below). Several of these projects have received NC Main Street awards. These projects include:

Centennial Park, City of Bessemer City (pictured above)

Award of Merit – Best Outdoor Space Improvement

Downtown Master Plan and Streetscape, City of Sanford

Best Public Private Partnership — Chatham Street Parking Lot

Downtown Sanford NC
Downtown Sanford

Downtown Streetscape, City of Lenoir

Special Recognition – Best Outdoor Space Improvement (Veterans Memorial)
Special Recognition – Best Outdoor Space Improvement (Lenoir Downtown Streetscape)

Lenoir NC
Downtown Lenoir

Downtown Master Plan and Streetscape, Town of West Jefferson

Best Streetscape Design

West Jefferson NC
Downtown West Jefferson

McGill Downtown Experience Map

To learn more about our services and how we can help get your next downtown project moving forward, reach out to Mike Norris, Director of Land Planning and Recreation, or read about how the McGill team worked together to improve the City of Asheville’s Haywood Streetscape in our recent case study.

 

 

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