The limestone, copper-clad Austin City Hall and plaza is a landmark designed to be a community gathering place for public discussion and civic discourse.
The $42 million project consists of a new City Hall and Public Plaza constructed on a city block at Guadalupe and Cesar Chavez. The 115,000 S.F. city hall building incorporates roof plazas and gardens and is built above a new 750 space underground parking structure. The project also includes an underground pedestrian tunnel within the street R.O.W.
UDG provided the civil engineering design services including:
- Site grading
- Drainage and utilities
- Permitting services
- LEED analysis
- Traffic control plan
- Public plaza and Great Streets sidewalks and pedestrian crosswalks
- On-street parking improvements
- Conceptual design of Cesar Chavez pedestrian median alternatives
- Construction phase services
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