The Parklands of Floyds Fork
$11.8 Million
Components of site design included demolition, general grading, dry laid stone headwalls, asphalt paving, culverts, segmental retaining walls, cast-in-place concrete retaining walls, concrete paving, guardrails, and seeding. Components of the bridges included: cast-in-place concrete slabs, barriers, diaphragms, abutment, end bent, wing-walls approach slab, slope wall, stainless steel railing, haunched weathering steel plate girders, steep h-piles, variegated stone blocks for landscaping and erosion control, roughback and smooth finish variegated stone blocks for abutment facing, structure granular back fill, cyclopean stone rip-rap, and gabion walls. Reflecting Louisville\'s remarkable reputation as a great place to live, this project will become a powerful vehicle for attracting and retaining individuals, families, and employers; contributing to a vibrant future for our community and our children. Click here to download a PDF version of this project.