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Thalia Street

Thalia Street

Reconstruction

Creating more affordable housing options for New Orleanians.

overview

The former Brown’s Dairy Milk Processing Plant in Central City was demolished to make way for a new housing development.  

In order to make way for the new complex, the parking lot was demolished so that Thalia Street could be reconstructed.  Impetus’ Infrastructure team performed the demolition services, installed 450-linear-feet of new 8” waterline and performed sewer and storm drainage repairs. To build the new roadway, the Infrastructure team then installed 800-tons of limestone base, 500-tons of asphalt cement concrete paving, 800-feet of concrete curb and gutter, and 4,000-square-feet of concrete sidewalks.

 

The result is a smooth and beautiful street that now reconnects Baronne and Carondelet Streets that will soon be surrounded by new homes.

SIZE OF PROJECT

1 Acre

NUMBER OF STREETS

1

OWNER

1400 Baronne LLC

ENGINEER

Batture LLC

TYPE

Infrastructure, Self-Perform, Concrete, Site Work

LOCATION

New Orleans, LA

INDUSTRY

Infrastructure, Self-Perform

STATUS

Completed in 2021