Fort Myer designs and builds streets and highways throughout
Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia. City streets, neighborhood
alleyways, avenues fronting national monuments, and major segments of
state and federal highways are regularly maintained and renovated
by Fort Myer's capable and experienced crews.
Rehabilitation of Brentwood Road, NE
This project involved the reconstruction and upgrading of Brentwood Road, 9th Street,
W Street, and Edgewood Terrace, NE. Upgrades included storm drainage, streetlights,
traffic signals, roadways, sidewalks, and neighborhood landscape improvements.
Reconstruction of Second Street, NE
Reconstruction and upgrading of 2nd Street NE from Massachusetts Avenue NE
near Union Station to the New York Avenue Metro Station in the emerging NoMa
mixed-use Business Improvement District. Upgrades were performed on storm drainage,
streetlights, traffic signals, roadway, sidewalks, and landscaping.
Pennsylvania Avenue SE Reconstruction
This project consisted of total reconstruction of 1.5 miles of one of the most traveled roadways in the
District of Columbia. Streetscape improvements included: construction of new pavement, granite bands,
concrete bus pads and bus shelters, bike lanes and roadway median divider; replacement, widening and
expansion of sidewalks pedestrian space; replacement of curbs and gutters, handicap ramps and driveway
entrances; utility construction of water mains, sewers and storm water systems; new traffic signaling
and street lighting systems; new retaining walls separating public and private space along the expanded
sidewalks; and, landscaping and tree boxes along the roadway.
Constitution Avenue Rehabilitation
This project involved the rehabilitation of Constitution Avenue, NW from 15th Street
to 23rd Street. Construction included replacement of pavement, curbs, gutters, sidewalks,
and lighting. The 12 blocks of the 8-lane thoroughfare were rehabilitated block by block.
The old concrete-based roadway was removed, replaced, and covered with new asphalt.
The new sidewalks are exposed aggregate sidewalks. New concrete bus pads were built,
storm water drainage was installed, dying trees were removed and replaced with new
landscaping, new striping was applied to the roadway, and the traffic signalization
and street lighting was upgraded with new wiring, fixtures, and lamps.