Project: East Pine Street Streetscape

Project Description

The City of Central Point selected Adkins as the lead firm to complete designs for the East Pine Street Improvements Project in the downtown core of Central Point.

Safety improvements for the $5.1M project include bulb-outs to increase pedestrian visibility and reduce street crossing distances/times, pedestrian activated crossings, and ADA compliant sidewalk ramps. Widened sidewalks accommodate street trees and landscape features and increase buffer between pedestrians and motor vehicles; ornamental lighting provides consistent lighting patterns at night; and landscape features such as at-grade planters, planter pots, and hanging baskets create a softer, more aesthetically pleasing streetscape. The project also included replacement of more than 3,400 feet of water main along East Pine and Front Street as well as the construction of over 2,000 feet of new storm drains.

The design team, lead by Adkins, included DKS and Associates, Covey-Pardee Landscape Architects, and Neathamer Land Surveying.

What Our Clients Say...

Over the past several years, Adkins has assisted the City with the funding, planning, design engineering, and construction engineering for our recently completed Wastewater Treatment Plant upgrades. The project is the largest project we have completed in the history of the City and totaled $6 Million in total project funding.
Hank Ebinger, Mayor - City of Tulelake

For Lake County, Adkins Engineering has helped us deliver projects on time, under budget, and with the highest quality in mind for our customers.
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Adkins Consulting Engineering has been working for the City of Klamath Falls for over 30 years. To date they have competed over 150 engineering, surveying, and material testing contracts for the City. The projects have ranged from small to large and complex and include roadway, wastewater, and water projects.
Mark Willrett, PE - Public Works Director

Adkins not only provides a high-quality product for our irrigation and stream restoration projects, but they are also easy to talk with and take the time to explain project design details in a way that works for project managers, contractors, and landowners. All in all, working with Adkins has been a great experience, and we look forward to working with them on many future projects.
Nell Scott, Trout Unlimited - Klamath Restoration Director

Their actions on the Henley School Project helped reduce costs for the bus and vehicle parking areas on the magnitude of $150,000. This was greater than their entire work order amount so they essentially paid for themselves during the design phase of the project. This is a sign that Adkins is truly looking out for the needs of each project and client.
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