Representatives of Williamson County, the Brushy Creek Municipal Utility District, and the entire project team celebrated the completion of the Great Oaks Bridge and Intersection at Brushy Creek with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 27. During the ceremony, Williamson County Precinct 3 Commissioner Valerie Covey acknowledged the H&H team.
PESC/H&H served as the prime consultant and led the design team for Williamson County. The project replaces a bridge spanning Brushy Creek and reconstructs the Great Oaks Drive and Brushy Creek Road intersection. It provides the community and emergency personnel with a safe means to cross the creek and access the intersection during storm events. The new intersection also adds much-needed intersection capacity and improves traffic flow. The new bridge and intersection include raised sidewalks and signaled crosswalks for foot & bicycle traffic. Project improvements also provide better and safer pedestrian and bicycle facilities at ground level, improve access to the adjacent park and trail system, and new parking facilities for the community.