ConnCAT Place on Dixwell
Connecticut Center for Arts and Technology (ConnCAT) provides job training for unemployed and under-employed adults interested in the health sciences and culinary professions. ConnCAT’s new headquarters anchors a 300,000 SF, four-building, multi-use complex, which also includes space for residential, office, retail, restaurant, education, and childcare, as well as structured parking and a public plaza. Langan conducted a topographic survey, provided permitting strategies, and developed site/civil drawings addressing layout, grading, drainage, site utilities, and sedimentation and erosion control. We also prepared a traffic impact assessment and provided a transportation demand management plan that identified strategies and transportation enhancements to mitigate vehicular traffic generated by the development.