The North White Chapel Boulevard Widening Project was initially approved in 2008 as part of the Southlake 2030 Master Mobility Plan to improve safety and mobility and is the largest roadway reconstruction project that the City has ever undertaken. Huitt-Zollars was the prime engineering design consultant responsible for the final design plans and specifications for the reconstruction of 4,000 LF of North White Chapel Boulevard from Emerald Boulevard to south of Highland Street. Construction for the project was completed in mid-2022 with a construction cost of $14 million. A video of the project filmed during the ribbon-cutting ceremony in August of 2022 can be viewed here.
North White Chapel Boulevard Widening
City of Southlake