Tag: Stonewall Street

The railroad crossing at Katy and Wellington Streets is much smoother now as the Wellington Reconstruction Project nears completion.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Wellington Street is Ready

It seems as if a year has gone by since work started on Stonewall and Wellington Streets.  Tri-Construction Company was in charge of the six million dollar street reconstruction and drainage project.  The Wellington Street project was almost a mile in length between the hospital and Lee Street.  Stonewall Street was a half […]

Willy Palmer removes the straps that secured the sod to the flat bed trailer.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Sod For Stonewall Street

Willy Palmer, owner of Legacy Truck Lines of Houston and US Army veteran, brought the first of two or three trucks to Stonewall Street this morning.  The grass is from a farm in Bay City, Texas (just south of Houston). Officials from Tri-construction are optimistic that traffic will be flowing […]

The rebar gang checks the spacing before the concrete is poured on Stonewall Street.  Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Paving Progresses on Stonewall

Tri-con Construction is making significant progress on the 6.4 million dollar street reconstruction project on Stonewall Street between Stanford and Park Streets and Wellington Street.  Wellington Street has one lane paved at Joe Ramsey and Wellington going north. Several residents have expressed concern about backing out onto the northbound portion […]

The intersection of Stonewall and Stanford Streets will be closed for at least a week. Image by J. Satterwhite.

Critical Intersection to Close

The intersection of Stanford and Stonewall Streets is one of the critical traffic by passes in South Greenville.  This is especially true whenever Wesley Street is closed due to a traffic incident. Residents along the half mile of Stonewall affected by the installation of storm and sanitary sewer lines, new […]

The choice is yours to turn right or left at Park Street in Greenville. Image by Jim Satterwhite.

Reconstruction Begins

Machines and jack hammers start chipping away at the old curbing and driveway entrances on Stonewall Street.  Material has been delivered to put in new storm and sanitary sewer. Cast iron water pipes will be replaced along the right of way as well.  Several hackberry trees and one pecan tree […]