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Services Provided
Conceptual Design

Summer 2013

Tulsa, Oklahoma

City of Tulsa






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The creation of illustrative graphics for the Gilcrease Expressway in northern Tulsa was a cooperative effort between LandPlan, the City of Tulsa, and Craig and Keithline Consulting Engineers.  The highway corridor tree planting and mitigation plans included three sites along the newly constructed expressway.  Plantings included native trees, shrubs and grasses to help filter stormwater runoff that would enter into local streams. These plantings also supplied habitat for wildlife, provide canopy tree growth to cool collected stormwater, as well as helping to reduced erosion of exposed sites.  LandPlan also designed themed highway signage, drawing from the western heritage style of the nearby Gilcrease Art Museum.  Mitigation permits required by the US Army Corp of Engineers and US Fish and Wildlife Service and were provided by LP along with inventory and environmental reports for existing vegetation and stream health of the three proposed highway corridor mitigation sites.