Brown Avenue from Wabash to Locust
Terre Haute, Indiana
This $1.5 million reconstruction project was funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). The project involved total reconstruction a 0.35-mile segment of the existing 2-way, 2-lane Brown Avenue on the east side of Terre Haute from Wabash Avenue (US 40) north to Locust Street. New southbound and northbound lanes were constructed into a boulevard layout creating an attractive median area maintaining old growth trees and grass areas. Elements of construction included utility coordination, new storm sewer system, subgrade soil stabilization, curb, bituminous asphalt and a new signal system at Wabash Avenue.
This project is one of three phases of a master plan to relieve north-south congestion on the east side of Terre Haute. American Structurepoint’s staff worked closely with contractors, residents, business owners, City, county, and Indiana State University to maintain access and safety along the corridor adjacent to the project. American Structurepoint worked with the City of Terre Haute in conjunction with INDOT’s Seymour District and the FHWA.
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