Battlefield Parkway - Route 15 to Dulles Greenway

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Battlefield Parkway – Route 15 to Dulles Greenway project information from Fiscal Year 2018 Budget (Project No. 07315)

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Construction Start Date: Spring 2017  Estimated Completion Date: Spring 2018

Project Manager: Walid Quttaineh 703-737-7055 (Construction) / Tom Brandon 703-737-6067 (Design) 


Battlefield - Route 15 to Dulles Greenway Aerial Map

Project Description: The project includes construction of a 0.7-mile segment of Battlefield Parkway on new alignment between South King Street (Route 15) and Evergreen Mill Road (Route 621); and widening of the existing Battlefield Parkway to four lanes between Evergreen Mill Road and the Dulles Greenway. The new roadway will be a four-lane divided arterial roadway with parallel sidewalk and shared-use trail. The project will reduce congestion and improve traffic flow to Route 15. This segment will complete the continuous Parkway from North King Street to South King Street around the east side of Town.

The roadway was planned to be constructed as a two lane roadway initially, then widened to four lanes when funding became available. Recently, the Virginia Department of Transportation provided $11 million in funding for the project. This additional funding will allow the Town to construct the entire four-lane roadway under a single contract.

Project Documents:

The following information was presented during a public hearing that was held on June 6, 2013:

Project Contracts:

Design Engineer - Rinker Design Associates, P.C.
Construction Management - Alpha Corporation
Construction Contractor - General Excavation, Inc.

Project Updates:

As of January 9, 2017 - Construction is underway.  Please see the attached progress report from our construction management firm, Alpha Corporation, for the latest project updates. 

A letter providing a project update and notice of the start of construction was mailed to area residents on February 21st.