Tennessee Public Works Magazine Features Gresham Smith-Designed Transportation Project

Article Details Le Conte Center at Pigeon Forge Parking Lot Drainage Design

Design and construction of a 2,000-space permeable paver parking lot, a 600-foot pedestrian bridge and a wayfinding plan, as part of the LeConte Center at Pigeon Forge Parking Lot Drainage Design, elevated the convention and event space’s patron experience and created a noteworthy landmark for both the center and the local community. The May/June issue of the Tennessee Public Works Magazine highlights the project, with East Tennessee Area Transportation Leader Jason Brady, P.E. and Senior Transportation Engineer Shap Stiles, P.E, offering insights of the project’s challenges and successes.

Check out the article starting on page 10, entitled “Second Largest Paver Project in U.S.,” online here.