Trail Design & Community Connectivity
Meeting the needs of all users
Each greenway and trail are unique in terms of character, scale, and community needs. When undertaking a greenway project, whether a comprehensive system-wide planning effort or a single corridor, our adaptive approach evaluates opportunities and challenges and prioritizes recreational, aesthetic, ecological, and cultural values of the community. By carefully considering location, accessibility, connectivity, user experience, and environmental factors, our designers plan and design greenways that meet the needs of all users and responds to the requirements of permitting agencies.
Greenway system master planning
WithersRavenel brings vision, technical expertise, adaptability, and a collaborative spirit to make the master planning process a success. Through reliable data collection, our environmental experts work closely with our planners and designers to achieve clients goals.
Minimizing impact to sensitive environmental areas and providing access to nature are critical factors to the success of any trail or greenway project. Our designers utilize in-house expertise to thoroughly evaluate wetlands, riparian buffers, and other sensitive areas, and propose creative solutions that mitigate any necessary impacts.
Our Service Offerings
- Feasibility Studies
- Comprehensive Master Planning
- Public & Stakeholder Engagement
- GIS Data Collection
- Surveys & Mapping
- Municipality Partnership Coordination
- Environmental Permitting
- Rural & Urban Greenways & Multi-Use Trails
- NEPA Documentation
- Construction Documentation
- Bid Phase Services
- Construction Administration
- Town of Cramerton, NC
- Project Location
- Cramerton, NC
River Link Greenway (formerly Lakewood Park Trail) is a federally funded greenway trail and a part of the Carolina Thread Trail. This section of the trail is approximately 3,800 feet long. The project begins at Lakewood Park and continues northerly along...View Project Details