Burkhardt Construction worked with the City of Kissimmee and the Kissimmee Utility Authority (KUA) to design and build utility and streetscape improvements on Pleasant Street and Darlington Avenue. The streets bordered the privately developed Toho Square Redevelopment on two sides. The design/pre-construction phase included coordination with the City, various utilities and Toho Square's developer to design temporary and permanent utilities. We then worked with KUA to temporarily relocate existing powerlines to the opposite side of the street to accommodate the development. During the main construction phase we relocated and improved water, sanitary sewer, and drainage lines and installed conduit and transformer pads for new, permanent underground power lines and other utilities. As part of the streetscape beautification, we installed brick roadways, concrete sidewalks with brick banding, landscaping and irrigation. This project was delivered on time and on budget.