Capital Improvements Projects

Acting Engineering Director

Steve King, P.E.
sking@knoxvilletn.gov
(865) 215-2148

400 Main St., Suite 475
P.O. Box 1631
Knoxville, TN 37901

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CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS STATUS - Updated May 12, 2020

Cal Johnson Recreation Center Renovations Project
The Cal Johnson Recreation Center Renovations Project consists of an interior renovation to approximately 4,000 square feet of the Recreation Center including new floor space, doors, windows, kitchen and bathroom upgrades and any other work needed to complete the project as directed by the Engineer.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of Cal Johnson Recreation Center Renovations Project [PDF]
• View additional information regarding Cal Johnson Recreation Center

Cumberland Avenue Intersection Improvements Project
The Cumberland Avenue Intersection Improvements Project undertakes the replacement of traffic signals, curb cuts, and crosswalks at the intersections of Cumberland Avenue and Eleventh Street, Thirteenth Street, Circle Drive, and James Agee Street. Enhanced street lighting improvements along Cumberland Avenue between Sixteenth Street and Phillip Fulmer Way and James Agee Street will be included in this project. This project will include mast arm poles, pedestrian improvements, data probing vehicle detection capabilities, emergency pre-emption detection, and decorative crosswalks. These improvements will match the aesthetics of the recently completed Cumberland Avenue Streetscapes Project between Alcoa Highway and Seventeenth Street.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of Cumberland Avenue Intersection Improvements Project [PDF]

2020 Curb Cuts Project
This project will install or improve approximately 144 curb cuts in existing sidewalks to make them fully accessible. It is generally the intent of this project to install curb cuts at locations that are planned to be resurfaced within the next few years.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of 2020 Curb Cuts Project [PDF] 

2018 Cured-In-Place Pipe Project
The City of Knoxville’s Stormwater drainage system has a number of aging pipes in need of maintenance or replacement.  The Engineering Department recommended implementation of a cured-in-place lining of several drainage pipes under various City streets. The sites for this project have been evaluated and deemed in “poor” condition and given a high priority to rehabilitate or replace. The work covered by this contract will include the rehabilitation of approximately 1,700 linear feet of various sized drainage pipe.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of 2018 Cured-In-Place Pipe Project [PDF] 

2019 Facilities Paving Project
This project will resurface two parking lots, a circulation road and a driving track, and seal coat two parking lots. Sites include: City of Knoxville Loraine Street Facility at 1440 Loraine Street, KPD Driving Track at 6388 Cement Plant Road, John T. O'Connor Senior Citizen's Center Parking Lot at Ruth Petersen Place, Lonsdale Parking Lot at East Corner of Stonewall Street and Texas Avenue.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of 2019 Facilities Paving Project [PDF]

Facilities Paving at Impound Building Project
This project will use approximately 620 tons of asphalt to resurface the parking lot around the new Impound Building Facility at 3407 Vice Mayor Jack Sharp Road.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of Facilities Paving at Impound Building Project [PDF]

I-275 Business Park Access Improvements Project
The City of Knoxville is proposing to extend Blackstock Avenue approximately 1100 feet from Fifth Avenue to Bernard Avenue. Additionally, the project will extend approximately 1,600 feet north along Marion Street to Baxter Avenue and approximately 325 feet east and 325 feet west along Baxter Avenue. The proposed improvements will include a new two-lane road consisting of 11-foot travel lanes, curb and gutter, a 5-foot sidewalk and a ten-foot multipurpose trail from Fifth Avenue to Bernard Avenue. Improvements will also be made to Marion Street from Bernard Avenue to Baxter Avenue, including the addition of curb and gutter, sidewalk and greenway and the realignment of Marion Street from Dameron Avenue to Baxter Avenue. Minor intersection improvements are proposed for Fifth Avenue and Blackstock Avenue, Blackstock Avenue at Bernard Avenue and Marion Street and Marion Street at Baxter Avenue.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of I-275 Business Park Access Improvements Project [PDF]
• View additional information provided by the Redevelopment Office regarding the I-275 Business Park Access Improvements Project [PDF]

Jackson Avenue Ramps Project

The Jackson Avenue Ramps are included within the TDOT Bridge Inventory and are inspected on a biannual basis.  The poor rating of the ramps resulted in qualification for participation in the federal bridge replacement program.  Because TDOT is allowing local agencies to administer projects that affect local streets, the City will administer all phases of this project.
• View Current Engineering Department Design Status of Jackson Avenue Ramps Project [PDF]
• View additional information regarding the Replacement of the Jackson Avenue Ramps to Begin Late Summer 2019
• View additional information provided by the Redevelopment Office regarding Jackson Avenue Projects
• View Jackson Avenue Ramps Frequently Asked Questions

Magnolia Avenue Streetscapes Phase I Project
This project will replace the existing sidewalks and curb, and reconstruct the roadway as needed along E Magnolia Avenue between Jessamine Street and N Myrtle Street to provide for better pedestrian access while allowing for street amenities such as trees, lighting, etc.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of Magnolia Avenue Streetscapes Phase I Project [PDF]
• View additional information regarding Magnolia Avenue Streetscapes Project Completion
• View the Magnolia Avenue Streetscapes website
• Magnolia Avenue Streetscapes Project Blog

Magnolia Avenue Streetscapes Phase II Project
Designer: Barge Design Solutions, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: November 2018
This project will replace the existing sidewalks and curb, and reconstruct the roadway as needed along E Magnolia Avenue between N Myrtle Street and N Bertrand Street to provide for better pedestrian access while allowing for street amenities such as trees, lighting, etc.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of Magnolia Avenue Streetscapes Phase II Project [PDF]
• View additional information regarding Magnolia Avenue Streetscapes Project Completion
• View the Magnolia Avenue Streetscapes website
• Magnolia Avenue Streetscapes Project Blog

Main Street Trolley Stop Project
Knoxville Area Transit (KAT) has asked the City of Knoxville to replace the existing asphalt with concrete at the Main Street trolley stop.  This will reduce future maintenance needs caused by the high volume of trolley traffic at this stop.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of Main Street Trolley Stop Project [PDF]
• View additional information about the Knoxville Area Transit Free Trolley

Merchant Drive at Clinton Highway Intersection Improvements Project
The Merchant Drive/Clinton Highway project consists of constructing intersection improvements to allow for more efficient turning movements and storage for vehicles, extending sidewalks to provide access to nearby KAT bus stops and adding safer pedestrian crossings with signals and refuge islands. Additionally, gas, water, and sewer lines will be relocated for KUB as part of this project.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of Merchant Drive at Clinton Highway Intersection Improvements Project [PDF]

Milton Roberts Recreation Center Roof Replacement Project
The Milton Roberts Recreation Center has an older, decaying roof, as well as a rooftop AC unit that are both in need of replacement. Through the past several years, Facility Services has patched and made repairs to the roof, but a full replacement is now necessary.  Additionally, one of the rooftop AC units has surpassed its service life and frequently requires maintenance.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of Milton Roberts Recreation Center Roof Replacement Project [PDF]
• View additional information regarding Milton Roberts Recreation Center

Mineral Springs Avenue Bridge Replacement Project
This project will construct a new bridge on Mineral Springs Avenue over First Creek. Related additional work includes a new sidewalk connection from N Broadway to Walker Boulevard along Mineral Springs Avenue. This new bridge was sized based on recommendations in the First Creek Watershed Stormwater Management Master Plan prepared by ARCADIS in 2009.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of Mineral Springs Avenue Bridge Replacement Project [PDF]
• City Blog: City to Replace 109-Year-Old Mineral Springs Avenue Bridge
• Project Schedule Revised for Replacement of 109-year-old Mineral Springs Avenue Bridge

2020 On-Call Sidewalk Replacement Project
This project will remove and replace 35,000 square feet of sidewalk at various sites throughout the City.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of 2020 On-Call Sidewalk Replacement Project [PDF]

Prosser Road Vehicle Impoundment Building Project
This project consists of building a new City Impound Building to be located at 3407 Vice Mayor Jack Sharp Road, including site work and utilities.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of Prosser Road Vehicle Impoundment Building Project [PDF]

2020 Resurfacing Phase I and Phase II Project
This project is a portion of the City’s annual resurfacing program.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of 2020 Resurfacing Phase I Project [PDF]
• View additional information regarding the annual Citywide Resurfacing Program

Sheffield Drive Sidewalk Project
This project will construct new sidewalk between the existing sidewalk near Portsmouth Road to Wesley Road.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of Sheffield Drive Sidewalk Project [PDF]

2020 Sidewalk Replacement Project
This project will include sidewalk replacement at multiple sites across the city.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of 2020 Sidewalk Replacement Project [PDF]

Structure Removal on Second Creek Project
The Structure Removal on Second Creek Project consists of removing a deteriorated concrete dam structure in a second creek tributary adjacent to 4100 Central Avenue Pike and then restoring the approximately 100 foot section to natural stream conditions. The project will improve water quality of the Second Creek watershed by correcting erosion issues associated with the structure and help mitigate possible upstream flooding associated with the dam structure itself.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of Second Creek Dam Removal Project [PDF]

Urban Wilderness Gateway Infrastructure Project
This project will provide for the construction of roadway, greenway, street light and utility infrastructure for the Urban Wilderness Gateway Park.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of Urban Wilderness Gateway Infrastructure Project [PDF]
• View additional information regarding Urban Wilderness Gateway Park Phase 1 Update: Bike Park, Infrastructure Nearing Completion
• View additional information regarding Knoxville's Urban Wilderness

Wilson Avenue Sidewalk Project
This project will construct approximately 1,500 linear feet of sidewalk with curb and drainage system along the north side Wilson Avenue between S Chestnut Street and S Harrison Street. In addition, the project will include widening of an existing bridge over Williams Creek and relocation of a KUB gas main.
• View Current Engineering Department Construction Status of Wilson Avenue Sidewalk Project [PDF]
• View additional information provided by the Mayor’s Office regarding New Sidewalk Projects Across the City.


DESIGN PROJECTS STATUS - Updated May 12, 2020

Amherst Road Slope Stabilization Project
Designer: CDM Smith, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: Summer 2020
This project will construct a new retaining wall with guardrail along the south side of Amherst Road between Amherst Woods Lane and Lee Road.

Atlantic Avenue Sidewalk Project

Designer: Cannon & Cannon, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: Summer 2020
This project is will construct approximately 3,000 linear feet of sidewalk between N Broadway and Pershing Street.

Baker Creek Bike Park Project
Designer: Charles Blalock & Sons, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: Spring 2020
Charles Blalock & Sons, with their team, were selected for this design-build project of this two acre facility.
• View additional information regarding Knoxville's Urban Wilderness

Boyds Bridge Pike Bridge Repair Project 
Designer: CSR Engineering, Inc. 
Projected Bid Date: Summer 2020
This project includes the repair of bridge expansion joints.

Boyds Bridge Pike Sidewalk Project
Designer: City of Knoxville
Projected Bid Date: Winter 2021
This project will construct a sidewalk between Rosalyn Drive and Brooks Avenue.

Broadway Corridor Improvements Study Project
Designer:  Toole Design Group  
Projected Study Completion Date: June 2020
Project will determine alternative designs for the N Broadway / N Hall of Fame Drive intersection and adjacent portion of N Broadway up to Cecil Avenue to improve function for all modes of travel.
• View the slide presentation from the December 11, 2019 Public Meeting held at St. James Episcopal Church [PDF]

Broadway Streetscapes Project

Designer: Barge Design Solutions, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: Spring 2022
This project consists of a new shared use path extending First Creek Greenway from near Cecil Avenue to near Woodland Avenue.

Broadway Transit Signal Priority Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Project
Designer:  WSP USA  
Project Bid Date:  TBD
This contract is for the design services to design and build an Accelerated Bus Corridor along N Broadway Avenue and S Hall of Fame Drive, which will include an environmental impact assessment of the project scope, a needs assessment study with public outreach, a systems engineering analysis, detailed construction plans and specifications, integration of the City's traffic signal central software package with KAT systems, updated signal timing patterns and support during the bid advertisement process. 

Buffat Mill Road Sidewalk Project
Designer: City of Knoxville
Projected Bid Date: Summer 2021
This project will construct approximately 2,550 linear feet of new sidewalk along Buffat Mill Road between Whittle Springs Road and Bridalwood Drive.
• View additional information provided by the Mayor’s Office regarding New Sidewalk Projects Across the City.

Chapman Highway Multimodal Project
Designer: Barge Design Solutions, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: Spring 2022
This project designs and constructs a multi-use path between Stone Road and Woodlawn Pike along Chapman Highway. The project also extends a sidewalk from this intersection and connect to the existing sidewalk near Young High Pike. It creates pedestrian crossings at three intersections, with Chapman Highway at: Stone Road, Fronda Lane, and Woodlawn Pike. In addition it improves four KAT bus stops.
• View additional information regarding TDOT Grant to Create Pedestrian, Bike Path on Chapman Highway.

Cherry Street Sinkhole Water Quality Improvements Project
Designer: AECOM
Projected Bid Date: Winter 2020
The project will improve the drainage of Cherry Street around the Interstate 40 area. The project includes improving the drainage of a sinkhole and installing water quality units to treat water before it is discharged into the sinkhole.

Citywide Advanced Traffic Management System Project
Designer: Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
Project Bid Date: TBD
The is a Tennessee Department of Transportation contract revision to combine PM 2.5 Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC) Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement (CMAQ) projects with Citywide Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) CMAQ.

Citywide Sidewalk Study Project 
Designer:  Gresham Smith
Projected Study Completion Date: May 2020
The purpose of the Citywide Sidewalk Study is to guide public investment in developing a pedestrian network that provides connections to destinations throughout the City. The final deliverable will be a  Citywide Sidewalk Study Report, prepared and certified by a professional engineer.  This Report will include a prioritized list of sidewalk projects. Cost estimates and major project challenges will be presented for each project along with the identification and cost of potential easements. The Report will be designed so that the prioritized list will function as a living document, with the ability for engineering staff to add new projects, remove completed, and adjust others as needed.

Coker Avenue Sidewalk Project
Designer: City of Knoxville
Projected Bid Date: Fall 2020
The project will construct new sidewalk between Nadine Street and Whittle Springs Road.

Cradle of Country Music Park Project
Designer: Surface 678 PA and THEVERYMANY
Projected Bid Date: Summer 2020
The project will install an iconic, site-specific, permanent work of public art entitled "Pier 865" in the Cradle of Country Music Park.  
• View additional information regarding Cradle of Country Music Park
• View additional information regarding Public Art to Transform Gay Street Green Space

Cumberland Estates Recreation Center Roof Project
Designer: Dollar and Ewers Architecture, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: April 2020
This project will replace the roof at the Cumberland Estates Recreation Center that has exceeded its service life.
• View additional information regarding Cumberland Estates Recreation Center

Cured-In-Place (CIPP) Phase 3 Project
Designer: City of Knoxville
Projected Bid Date: Summer 2020
This project will extend the service life of existing drainage pipes that have been identified as deficient and impractical to excavate and replace. The City of Knoxville is currently doing field assessments of pipes and designing the liners for each pipe segment identified for rehabilitation. 

East Knox Greenway Project
Designer: Barge Design Solutions, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: Winter 2022
This new greenway will connect the First Creek Greenway to the Knoxville Botanical Gardens and Arboretum.

Ed Shouse Bridge Repair Phase II Project
Designer: Volkert, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: Spring 2020
This project consists of rehabilitating a bridge at Ed Shouse Drive over CSX Railroad (Southbound Lanes Approximately 950 feet south of Western Avenue).

Fire Department Sprinkler Upgrades Project
Designer: MBI Companies, Inc.
Project Bid Date: Fall 2020
Through funding received from FEMA, this project will install fire sprinkler systems in all fire stations living and work quarters, including the truck bays, thereby reducing the vulnerability of fire stations.

Fire Station #4 (Park City / Parkridge) Renovations Project
Designer: MBI Companies, Inc.
Project Bid Date: Summer 2020
This project will renovate living quarters, replace wiring, plumbing and sprinklers.  

Kingston Pike Complete Connections Project
Designer: CDM Smith, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: Fall 2020
This project uses funding the City received from TDOT through the Multimodal Access Grant Program for the design of improvements on Kingston Pike that address the gaps in the sidewalk network, provide wider shoulders in the pinch points in the bicycle network between Wesley Road and Golfclub Road and provide better connections to KAT bus stops. The design will also include pedestrian crosswalks and pedestrian signals across Kingston Pike and Papermill Drive and a covered bus shelter near Golfclub Road.
• View additional information regarding the TDOT grant for the Kingston Pike Complete Connection Project

Lancaster Drive Sidewalk Project
Designer: City of Knoxville
Projected Bid Date: Fall 2020
This project will construct sidewalk between Tilson Street and Sevierville Pike.

Liberty Street Multimodal Project
Designer: Barge Design Solutions, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: Summer 2021
This project creates a bicycle and pedestrian connection between Middlebrook Pike and Sutherland Avenue. It adds bicycle facilities on Division Street and Liberty Street and installs a new sidewalk on Liberty Street, connecting to two adjacent sidewalks. Bus stop, crosswalk and pedestrian signals improvements will also be included as part of this project.

Loraine Street Heavy Shop and Lakeshore Storage Roofs Project
Designer: MBI Companies, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: Spring 2020
This project consists of designing roofing upgrades for the City of Knoxville Fleet Services Heavy Equipment Shop located at 1400 Loraine Street and a storage building for the City of Knoxville Surplus Warehouse located at 6350 S Northshore Drive.

Middlebrook Pike Advanced Traffic Management System Project
Designer: Gresham Smith
Projected Bid Date: TBD
The City of Knoxville plans to utilize CMAQ funding to expand the City's Advanced Traffic Management System (ATMS) along Middlebrook (SR-169) and University Avenue between the intersections of University Avenue at College St and Middlebrook Pike at Western Avenue (SR-62). This will expand the City's existing ATMS infrastructure, providing modern, high-speed, secure and reliable connections to 24 existing signalized intersections along Middlebrook Pike and University Avenue.  This project will upgrade existing network communications and modernize traffic signal control cabinets. It will also install new, more reliable vehicle, pedestrian and bicycle detection and new CCTV roadway surveillance systems.

Northwest Greenway Connector Project
Designer: Barge Design Solutions, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: Summer 2020
This project will construct a greenway connection between Victor Ashe Park and the pedestrian bridge over Western Avenue (SR-62) at the intersection of Ball Camp Pike and Western Avenue.
• View additional information provided by the Parks and Recreation Department regarding the existing Northwest Greenway

Northwest Greenway Connector Extension Project
Designer: CDM Smith, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: Summer 2021
This new greenway connection will extend the Northwest Connector Greenway along Third Creek Road from Western Avenue southward to Middlebrook Pike.
• View additional information provided by the Parks and Recreation Department regarding the existing Northwest Greenway

Old Broadway Sidewalks Project

Designer: Barge Design Solutions, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: Summer 2020
This project will construct new sidewalk along Old Broadway from N Broadway to Mineral Springs Avenue and will also include pedestrian signs at N Broadway and Mineral Springs Avenue.

Palmetto Road & Sullivan Road Sidewalk Phase II Project
Designer: City of Knoxville
Projected Bid Date: Winter 2021
This project will construct new sidewalk along Palmetto Road and then Sullivan Road between Landon Drive and Walnoaks Road.

Papermill Drive Corridor Study
Designer: TBD
Projected Study Completion Date: TBD
The scope of services for this project will include evaluating the Papermill Drive transportation corridor between N Weisgarber and Kingston Pike (US-11) to improve multimodal transportation capacity.

Pleasant Ridge Road Phase II Project
Designer: Gresham Smith
Projected Bid Date: Winter 2021
This design project includes a safety audit of Pleasant Ridge Road between Merchant Drive and the City limits and includes updated studies of crash history and traffic volumes and preparation of a report to TDOT that makes recommendations on improvements that are needed based on this data. This report will follow TDOT's Expedited Delivery Project format which would allow the City to modify the scope of the original design project without jeopardizing any federal funding associated with this project. Once this report is accepted by TDOT, the City will be advertising for design services to modify the original construction plans based on the recommendations in this report. Improvements include the addition of turn lanes at Walnoaks Road, Sullivan Road and Moss Creek Road.

Property Survey of 751 Honor Our Troops Drive
Surveyor: City of Knoxville

Sevier Avenue Improvements Project
Designer: Vaughn & Melton Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: Winter 2021
The Departments of Redevelopment and Engineering have worked in cooperation to implement the construction of new streetscape improvements to support South Waterfront Redevelopment efforts. As part of the South Waterfront Vision Plan, an improved roadway network will create accessibility to the City’s newest waterfront park, Suttree Landing Park. This project includes new streetscape improvements along Sevier Avenue which will extend from Davenport Road to a new roundabout at Sevier Avenue, Foggy Bottom Street and Island Home Avenue intersections.
• View additional information provided by the Redevelopment Office regarding the Sevier Avenue Improvements Project
• South Waterfront Blog

South Waterfront Greenway Extension Project
Designer: CDM Smith, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: TBD
The project will construct a new greenway between the Suttree Park Greenway and the South Waterfront Greenway.

Texas Avenue Sidewalk Project
Designer: Cannon & Cannon, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: Winter 2021
This project will construct approximately 1,600 feet of new sidewalk along the east side of Texas Avenue between Western Avenue and Minnesota Avenue.

Third Creek Greenway Repair Project
Designer: Cannon & Cannon, Inc.  
Project Bid Date:  Summer 2020
This project will repair Third Creek Greenway that was damaged in February 2019 flooding.

Urban Wilderness Corridor Study
Designer: Gresham Smith
Projected Study Completion Date: TBD
The scope of services for this project will include evaluating the transportation corridor adjacent to James White Parkway south of the Tennessee River and developing a Transportation Investment Report for submittal to TDOT.

Urban Wilderness Gateway Park Amenities Project
Designer: Vaughn & Melton Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: TBD
This project will provide park amenities and landscaping that will complement the infrastructure project.
• View additional information regarding Knoxville's Urban Wilderness

UT Area Signal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvements Project
Designer: TBD
Projected Bid Date: TBD
The City of Knoxville was awarded Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) funds to invest in modernizing traffic signal infrastructure on and around the campus of the University of Tennessee. The scope of this project includes 39 signals in total.  In conjunction with other Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS) projects throughout the City, this project seeks to address several Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) elements. This project will support the functioning of the central ATMS data server. Intersection improvements include: Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) equipment, new signal controller hardware, high speed wired and wireless communications, enhanced vehicle detection systems, and other data collection and sharing systems. This will result in decreased overall traffic delay and better data collections and sharing capabilities.

Washington Pike from I-640 to Murphy Road Project
Designer: CDM Smith, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: 2021
Washington Pike, north from Interstate 640 to Murphy Road is proposed as four traffic lanes with median and turn lanes as required. The project length of is approximately 1.7 miles. The proposed typical section is expected to include four traffic lanes with median and turn lanes as required, 4' bike lanes, curb and gutter, 5' sidewalks with adjacent utility strip on both sides of the road, and some combination of storm water treatment (infiltration trenches, detention, basins, etc.) that will be designed to address the city's requirements for storm water management.
• View Current Engineering Department Design Status of Washington Pike from I-640 to Murphy Road Project [PDF]

West Hills Park Tennis Court Addition Project
Designer: Lose Design
Projected Bid Date: Spring 2020
This project will construct four additional tennis courts at West Hills Park and will increase the facility to 15 courts total.

E Woodland Avenue Complete Streets Project
Designer: Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
Projected Bid Date: TBD
In 2016, Council approved a resolution to execute an agreement with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. for design of four bicycle infrastructure projects.  Phase 1 of this project developed a functional plan consisting of traffic studies, road safety audits, surveying, stakeholder workshops, public meetings and facility alternative analysis; resulting in recommendations of a facility type and construction cost estimates for each project location. Phase 2 is now underway for the development of construction drawings. This project has two phases and contracts because the cost estimates for the development of construction drawings could not be determined until all the tasks included in the previous resolution has been completed.

Woodland Avenue Bridge Repair Project
Designer: CSR Engineering, Inc. 
Projected Bid Date: Summer 2020
This project includes the repair of bridge expansion joints.

COMPLETED PROJECTS - Click Project Name For More Information

Completed Projects 2011 (partial list) ~ $ 3,837,845
Downtown Sidewalk Replacement ~ $830,225 [PDF]
First Creek Drainage Improvements ~ $1,453,777 [PDF]
Gay Street Streetscapes Project (300 & 600 Blocks) ~ $802,727 [PDF]
North Central Striping Project ~ $37,179 [PDF]
Papermill Bluff Greenway Project ~ $713,937 [PDF]

Completed Projects 2012 ~ $ 8,533,034
2012 ADA Curb Cut Program ~ $586,249 [PDF]
2012 Alley Paving Project ~ $221,412 [PDF]
Beaumont Elementary Sidewalk Improvements ~ $103,435 [PDF]
Central Avenue Pike at Merchant Drive Improvements ~ $268,392 [PDF]
2011 Citywide Crosswalk Safety Program ~ $74,217 [PDF]
Eutaw Place Roadway Stabilization Project ~ $111,680 [PDF]
Georgia Street Bridge Removal Project ~ $52,535 [PDF]
Middlebrook Pike Sidewalk Improvements Project ~ $196,002 [PDF]
2012 KAT Bus Stop Project ~ $104,272 [PDF]
Morningside Park Improvements Project ~ $241,039 [PDF]
2011 Sidewalk Replacement Project ~ $226,812 [PDF]
2011 Resurfacing Project ~ $6,301,369 [PDF]
Sutherland Avenue Bridge Repair Project ~ $45,620 [PDF]

Completed Projects 2013 ~ $ 11,558,215
2013 ADA Curb Cut Program ~ $346,830 [PDF]
Cherokee Trail Safety Improvements Project ~ $144,234 [PDF]
City View Riverwalk Project ~ $446,066 [PDF]
Gallaher View Sidewalk Project ~ $189,272 [PDF]
Middlebrook Pike at Twenty-First Street Intersection Improvements Project ~ $371,429 [PDF]
Millertown Pike Roadway Improvements Project ~ $867,215 [PDF]
2012 Neighborhood Drainage Project ~ $286,105 [PDF]
2012 Resurfacing Project ~ $7,079,407 [PDF]
Site Development Detention Pond Improvement Project ~ $110,275 [PDF]
Third Creek Greenway Bridge Replacement Project ~ $232,722 [PDF]
Williams Creek Drainage Improvements Project ~ $1,484,660 [PDF]

Completed Projects 2014 ~ $ 11,842,306
2013 Alley Paving Project ~ $377,398 [PDF]
Cherokee Trail Drainage Improvements Project ~ $496,130 [PDF]
2013 Citywide Crosswalk Safety Program ~ $307,581 [PDF]
E Woodland Avenue Sidewalk Project ~ $312,717 [PDF]
Fountain City Lake Repair Project ~ $58,128 [PDF]
400 & 500 Blocks N Gay Street Streetscapes Project ~ $525,157 [PDF]
Glenwood Avenue Bridge Replacement Project ~ $464,118 [PDF]
Greenway Drive Bridge Repair Project ~ $103,210 [PDF]
Inskip Ballfield - Second Creek Restoration Project ~ $117,811 [PDF]
Loves Creek Road Bridge Rehabilitation Project ~ $274,524 [PDF]
Prosser Road Drainage Improvements Project ~ $1,442,974 [PDF]
2013 Resurfacing Project ~ $6,091,790 [PDF]
2014 Sidewalk Improvements Project ~ $148,564 [PDF]
2012 Sidewalk Replacement Project ~ $1,122,204 [PDF]

Completed Projects 2015 ~ $ 13,460,592
2014 Alley Paving Project ~ $262,163 [PDF]
2014 Curb Cuts Project ~ $400,150 [PDF]
2015 Curb Cuts Project ~ $347,537 [PDF]
Downtown Knoxville Wayfinding Project ~ $1,240,962 [PDF]
Fort Dickerson Road Realignment Project ~ $1,088,533 [PDF]
Knoxville Municipal Golf Cart Path Paving Project ~ $358,966 [PDF]
Lakeshore Park Large Buildings Abatement & Demolition Project ~ $1,707,770 [PDF]
Lakeshore Park Small Buildings Abatement & Demolition Project ~ $560,780 [PDF]
2014 Resurfacing Project ~ $6,591,415 [PDF]
Sutherland Avenue Sidewalk Improvements Project ~ $389,231 [PDF]
Whittle Springs Golf Cart Path Paving Project ~ $513,085 [PDF]

Completed Projects 2016 ~ $ 16,928,184
2016 Alley Paving Project ~ $150,609 [PDF]
Bridge Rehabilitation Project (Ed Shouse Drive) ~ $337,890 [PDF]
Cross Park Drive Drainage Project ~ $3,601,963 [PDF]
Downtown Sidewalk Repairs Project ~ $49,162 [PDF]
Fort Sanders Sidewalk Project ~ $193,427 [PDF]
Improvements on W Jackson Avenue and on Henley Street Project ~ $154,123 [PDF]
Kirkwood KAT Superstop Project ~ $143,526 [PDF]
Knox Blount Greenway Phase I Project ~ $1,167,576 [PDF]
Lakeshore Central Service Building Roofing Project ~ $121,194 [PDF]
Lakeshore Park Site Demolition Project ~ $538,340 [PDF]
Old City Streetscapes ~ $156,854 [PDF]
2015 Resurfacing Project ~ $7,467,712 [PDF]
2015 Sidewalk Replacement Project ~ $563,396 [PDF]
Westland Drive Drainage and Bridge Improvements Project ~ $1,796,000 [PDF]
Will Skelton Greenway Stabilization Project ~ $486,412 [PDF]

Completed Projects 2017 ~ $ 22,522,982
Caswell Park Storage Building Project ~ $77,635 [PDF]
N Central Street Streetscapes - 200 Block Project ~ $235,247 [PDF]
2016 Curb Cuts Project ~ $401,714 [PDF]
Deane Hill Recreation Center Roof Project ~ $81,110 [PDF]
Facilities Paving at 913 E Fifth Avenue Project ~ $185,201 [PDF]
Fire Station #18 Reroofing Project ~ $33,726 [PDF]
Fire Station #18 Fascia Repair and Painting Project ~ $24,450 [PDF]
Fort Dickerson Gateway Park Project ~ $841,364 [PDF]
Fort Sanders Fire Station #9 Floor Modifications Project ~ $68,000 [PDF]
Gay Street Brick Sidewalk Repair Project ~ $581,385 [PDF]
700 Block S Gay Street Improvements Project ~ $1,475,937 [PDF]
Gleason Drive Sidewalk Project ~ $97,598 [PDF]
Holbrook Drive Bridge Replacement Project ~ $1,892,639 [PDF]
Hill Avenue Viaduct Expansion Joint Repair Project ~ $365,922 [PDF]
James White Parkway Guardrail Project ~ $9,525 [PDF]
KAT Employee Parking Lot Project ~ $388,549 [PDF]
Lakeshore Parking Lot Lights Project ~ $121,427 [PDF]
Marble Alley Streetscapes Project ~ $1,129,827 [PDF]
2014 Neighborhood Drainage Project - Phase I ~ $1,259,854 [PDF]
Ray Mears Boulevard Sidewalk Project ~ $177,492 [PDF]
2016 Resurfacing Project ~ $8,047,251 [PDF]
South Central Street Fence Project ~ $26,890 [PDF]
Sutherland Avenue Bridge Rehabilitation Project ~ $796,985 [PDF]
Suttree Landing Park Improvements, Phase 1B Project ~ $3,344,190 [PDF]
W Young High Pike Sidewalk Project ~ $258,682 [PDF]
Wesley Road Sinkhole Repair Project ~ $276,573 [PDF]
Wilkerson Road Bridge Replacement Project ~ $323,809 [PDF]

Completed Projects 2018 ~ $ 14,537,822
2017 Curb Cuts Project ~ $479,673 [PDF]
2018 Curb Cuts Project ~ $198,045 [PDF]
Fire Station #18 Fascia Repair and Painting Project ~ $43,457 [PDF]
First Creek Greenway Project ~ $1,388,221 [PDF]
Gay Street Crosswalks Project ~ $186,952 [PDF]
2017 Neighborhood Drainage Project ~ $701,834 [PDF]
2017 Neighborhood Drainage Phase II Project ~ $474,409 [PDF]
Old City Streetscapes - Jackson Avenue Phase I Project ~ $673,330 [PDF]
Pleasant Ridge Road at Wilson Road Sidewalk Project ~ $688,458 [PDF]
2017 Resurfacing Project ~ $6,907,096 [PDF]
2017 Sidewalk Replacement Project Project ~ $1,275,894 [PDF]
South Knoxville Community Center Roof Project ~ $229,104 [PDF]
W Jackson Avenue Streetscapes ~ $1,291,349 [PDF]

Completed Projects 2019 ~ $ 34,810,725
Approach Trail for Pedestrian Bridge over Western Avenue Project ~ $195,298 [PDF]
Cedar Lane Sidewalk Project ~ $301,434 [PDF]
Colonial Circle Sidewalk Replacement at N Broadway Project ~ $85,000 [PDF]
Cumberland Avenue Streetscapes ~ $17,395,265 [PDF]
2018 Facilities Paving Project ~ $492,460 [PDF]
Fire Headquarters Roof Project ~ $156,550 [PDF]
Fire Station #5 Repairs Project ~ $23,620 [PDF]
Fire Station #17 Roof Repair Project ~ $54,024 [PDF] 
Gleason Drive Sidewalk Project ~ $337,280 [PDF]
Grainger Avenue Bridge Replacement Project ~ 1,894,599 [PDF]
KAT Summit Hill Transit Stop Project ~ $213,828 [PDF]
Magnolia Avenue Gateway Monument Project ~ $68,000 [PDF]
Middlebrook Pike at Lake Brook Boulevard Sidewalk Project ~ $155,756 [PDF]
2018 Resurfacing Project ~ $9,016,048 [PDF]
2018 Sidewalk Replacement Project ~ $575,218 [PDF]
2019 Sidewalk Replacement Project ~ $600,051 [PDF]
Suttree Landing Park Roadway Improvements, Phase 1A Project ~ 3,246,294 [PDF]

Completed Projects 2020
Blount Avenue Traffic Signal Upgrades Project ~ $315,500 [PDF]
2019 Curb Cuts Project ~ $403,203 [PDF]
Fort Dickerson Parking Lot Improvements Project ~ $1,770,305 [PDF]
600 Block of Market Street Project ~ $493,515 [PDF]
N Central Streetscapes Project ~ $5,215,021 [PDF]
2019 Neighborhood Traffic Safety Project ~ $514,989 [PDF]
Palmetto Road Sidewalk Project ~ $275,964 [PDF]
2019 Resurfacing Project ~ $6,390,450 [PDF]
S Castle Street Sidewalk Project ~ $397,956 [PDF]

Pleasant Ridge Road Phase II Project
Designer: Gresham Smith
Projected Bid Date: Winter 2021
This design project includes a safety audit of Pleasant Ridge Road between Merchant Drive and the City limits and includes upd
Pleasant Ridge Road Phase II Project
Designer: Gresham Smith
Projected Bid Date: Winter 2021
This design project includes a safety audit of Pleasant Ridge Road between Merchant Drive and the City limits and includes upd