In recent years, the surveyors in Philadelphia’s sevenoak neighborhoods have been at the forefront of building the city’s urban renewal.
The surveyors are working with urban design teams and design consultants to plan, design and implement projects that will revitalize the neighborhoods and create a vibrant, urban environment.
Some of these projects include:A $1.2 million design project in the neighborhood of South Philly.
It will transform the area around the University of Pennsylvania campus, create a pedestrian bridge over the Delaware River and create an outdoor space for walking and cycling in the area.
The Philadelphia City Council approved a $500,000 grant to the surveyORS for the South Philly project.
The $1,300,000 project will replace a crumbling wooden bridge that connects South Philadelphia to the Delaware and will include new landscaping and a new walkway.
The grant will also include funding for a $300,00 redesign of the area between the Delaware Canal and the South Philadelphia Bridge, including a new, more pedestrian-friendly structure that will also provide access to a park and a pedestrian trail.
The project will also create a walkway, a playground and a playground area.
In the area of the Delaware, the Southside Surveyors will also begin to replace a bridge over a creek.
This bridge will be replaced with a pedestrian-only structure that provides access to the park and the Wilmington-Philadelphia Waterfront Trail.
The Southside project will include an additional $1 million to $3 million for landscaping around the bridge.
The surveyORS are currently working with the Philadelphia City Planning Commission to finalize the project.
The design for the bridge is in progress and will be ready for completion in early 2019.
The next phase of the project will consist of an overhaul of the pedestrian walkway that will provide additional access to parks, playgrounds and more space for residents to walk, bike and play.
The work to rehabilitate the bridge has begun.
The bridge is a testament to the power of the community.
It has been a critical asset to the city, and the surveyORs will be working with city officials to ensure the city continues to use the bridge for decades to come.
The 7oaks’ surveyors were among the first to take the city by storm.
In addition to their work in the neighborhoods, the sevenoaches are also helping to revitalize their neighborhood by installing trees and planting new plants.
Philadelphians who want to get involved with the surveyorate can find more information about the sevenos surveyor project at phillyscouts.org.