Our annual H&L Charity Golf Tournament raised $24,000 to benefit MUST Ministries! Thanks to everyone who played, sponsored, donated, and helped in any way to make the tournament a success! MUST Ministries addresses the basic needs of individuals, families, and children with facilities in the Cobb and Cherokee counties and programs in numerous other counties. MUST brings people of many faiths together to respond to God’s challenge to minister to others with compassion and love, without judgment of the beliefs, background, or circumstances of those who serve or are being served. To find out more about MUST Ministries and how you can help, visit their website at https://www.mustministries.org/.
H&L is designing the $13.2 million project to add about 2.25 miles of new trails in and around Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park in Cobb County, Georgia. The project is a joint venture between Cobb County, the City of Marietta, the federal government, and the National Park Service. The project aims to add three segments of eight-to-10-foot multi-use trails. The longest segment would run about 1.75 miles along Cheatham Hill Road from Powder Springs Road to John Ward Road. Another 0.5-mile segment is planned for Whitlock Avenue from John Ward Road to Cheatham Hill Drive. The final segment would run about a mile along Burnt Hickory Road from Whitlock Avenue to Old Mountain Drive.
This award recognizes large projects in densely developed areas that may include a combination of roadway and structural work to fit within an urban environment while handling large volumes of traffic. Interstate North Parkway & Interstate North Circle were repurposed/reconfigured to improve north-south mobility, provide safe and enhanced accommodations for pedestrian traffic in the area, and handle daily traffic demands as well as traffic generated by events at SunTrust Park.
The Heath & Lineback Team is providing design and engineering services for the Northeast Corridor Trail of the Atlanta BeltLine. This trail will create connectivity to the intersecting trails of PATH400, North Fork Peachtree Creek (via the Cheshire Farm Trail), and South Fork Peachtree Creek. The Northeast Trail has the potential to be the first section of the Atlanta BeltLine to cross active railroad tracks and I-85.