Crockett Street Renovation:

A highly complex street and Riverwalk renovation along the 200 block of West Crocket Street. The scope of the project was to remove and replace the existing street with an elevated road to create river-level shell space that would give three consecutive buildings direct access to the San Antonio River Walk. The project also included handicap access, the addition of large planters and the complete replacement of the south bank wall and walkway of the River Walk. G.W. Mitchell Construction began carefully dismantling the historic Hugman wall, as well as the demolition and excavation of the existing 200 block of West Crockett Street down to river level.  While the street was being excavated, G.W. Mitchell was also completely reconstructing 225 feet of the historic River Walk. The existing riverbank wall was badly deteriorated and several of the Hugman River Walk panels had failed or uplifted. As part of their efforts to correct these deficiencies, Mitchell employed skilled craftsmen to meticulously reconstruct these historic elements to match the originals. Design by Overland Partners, Kell Munoz Wigodsky Inc., and Jack Peterson.

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