The project site is bordered by a restaurant that remained open throughout the project to the north, an existing occupied office building less than 30 feet to the west of the site, and the Chattahoochee Riverwalk less than 100 feet to the east.
Bay Avenue is one of the primary access points to the Riverwalk and the primary access to the restaurant and two major surface parking lots serving existing office buildings near the site. This street and all the associated underground utilities had to be re-routed, and the interruption of traffic flow using it was a major concern. Meticulously planning the work, Hoar Construction met frequently with the restaurant management and office building tenants to coordinate access and parking. At times, we would close the road after breakfast meals had been served, perform as much work as possible, then re-open the road for access during the lunch hour. We would repeat this process after lunch, closing the road for work until it was time to open it again for the dinner hour. The restaurant management and office tenants were extremely pleased with the coordination and attention we gave to minimizing the impact to their businesses, and with our detailed planning, we completed the work according to schedule.
Bradley Real Estate