The Brickyard Trail is a 0.75 mile scenic shared-use trail providing a north-south connection between two major roadways in the heart of Brighton. The project included a stone dust trail, trailheads at both ends of the trail, custom kiosks, interpretive and wayfinding signs, custom masonry seating elements and a custom wood bridge at the creek crossing.
Sue was the project manager and lead designer for the project. She was responsible for daily project management of a multi-disciplinary team. She managed the proposal development, project design, construction documents, specifications, bidding, and construction administration services. She also assisted with the extensive permitting required for the trail construction within regulated wetlands and construction of a creek crossing. The project was complete on time, within available funding and has been recognized with several honors upon completion in 2016.
Construction Administration Services
Bayer Landscape Architecture (Landscape Architect)
BME Associates (Survey and Wetland Specialist)
DiFiore (Prime Contractor)
Location: Brighton, New York
Client: Town of Brighton
Size: 0.80 Miles
Completion Date: July 2015
2017 Merit Award, Built Design
New York Upstate Chapter, American Society of Landscape Architecture
2016 Transportation Project of the Year Award
Genesee Valley Branch of the American Public Works Association
Completed under previous employment.