Broadway Streetscape Enhancement Project


  • Site Planning, Design, and Layout
  • Design of Sidewalks and ADA compliant Curb Ramps
  • Landscape Design
  • Highway Occupancy Permits
  • Utility Coordination
  • Municipal Reviews
  • Erosion/Sedimentation Control Plans
  • Stormwater Management Design


City of Camden, Department of Planning & Development | Camden County, NJ

Project Details

The project scope consists of four phases including programming, design development, construction management and preparation of as-built drawings.

This project improved conditions on the east side of Broadway between Washington and Clinton Streets.  Pedestrian and bicycle traffic was enhanced by making the corridor more accessible and safer for non-motorized use and more aesthetically pleasing for motorists, residents, and businesses.

The Keller Engineers’ team accomplished the client’s goals through the implementation of new, more distinguished curbs and sidewalks compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility standards, lighting, and signage.   Additional responsibilities include the addition of amenities that match the existing streetscape features constructed on the eastern side of Broadway between Washington and Clinton Streets including:

  • New concrete curb and sidewalk
  • In-laid decorative brick sidewalk pavers
  • Decorative streetlights
  • Shade trees
  • Trash receptacles
  • Benches
  • Bicycle racks

Project Uniqueness/Challenges:

  • Coordination with State Historic Preservation Office
  • Coordination with City of Camden Historic Preservation Commission (HPC)
  • Project design is advancing on an accelerated delivery track
  • Responsiveness of utility owners in a timely manner
  • Design/installation of decorative lighting by PSE&G


It is my pleasure and honor to acknowledge the relationship that Remington & Vernick Engineers, Inc. has developed with Keller Engineers of New Jersey, LLC. I’d like to share one experience that RVE has had with Keller regarding our Camden City ADA Ramp Improvement Project. The inspector was well versed in various areas of construction. The attention to detail that he demonstrated on as-builts, and recordkeeping were excellent, and he was very knowledgeable with meeting all ADA requirements. He developed a great working relationship with both our resident inspector and construction manager, which alleviated many forms of miscommunication which may occur in the field. Joseph R. Ragusa, PE Senior Associate Department Head Infrastructure CM/CI Remmington & Vernick Engineers, Inc.

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