Penn 33rd and Walnut Streetscape

Langan provided streetscape design upgrades along 33rd and Walnut Streets on Penn’s main campus. The heavily trafficked streetscape had low and inconsistent curb heights, missing street trees, and patches of cracked concrete pavement. Langan was tasked with designing a revamp of the streetscape and collaborating with the landscape architect to revitalize an underutilized parking lot with a new vegetated park. Langan assisted in the preparation of a design to redevelop the parking lot at Hill College into a ‘pocket’ park. Langan also provided topographic and utility surveying along 33rd Street as required for the streetscaping design.