The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) was recently in the final stages of rehabilitating the historic Henley Street Bridge. The bridge is approximately 1,800 linear feet long and is one of the main arterials across the Tennessee River in Knoxville, TN.
Cannon & Cannon was extremely honored to be hired by the Knoxville Utilities Board (KUB) to develop plans to replace the street lighting, bridge railing accent lighting, and architectural lighting along with placing electrical conduits on this signature centerpiece of downtown Knoxville.
CCI developed the plans and specifications for the redesigned lighting package working closely with the City of Knoxville and multiple vendors. We are extremely proud to produce a product that met the aesthetic needs of the City as well as providing proper lighting of the roadway surface.
State of the Art LED lighting was used throughout this project, including lighting along the bridge rail that has been designed to be able to change colors as the City desires.
The City will be able to configure the colors along the rail remotely including such combinations as orange/white for University of Tennessee football games, red/white/blue for Independence Day celebrations and red/green to celebrate Christmas.
Cannon & Cannon performed the construction inspection services for the electric lighting and portions of the bridge rehabilitation.