Skip to content Skip to footer

Barley Mill Plaza

Project Details
Location:Greenville, New Castle County, DEClient:Pettinaro Construction Company, Inc.Completion Date:OngoingShare

TPD was selected to provide transportation planning and design services for Barley Mill Plaza located in Greenville, DE.

This redevelopment project consists of razing an approximately 550,000 square foot dilapidated office park and replacing it with a mixed-use complex which will include upscale residences, grocer, retail shops, restaurants, office buildings and green space.

As coordinated with DelDOT and New Castle County, as part of the redevelopment, several off-site improvements, on-site amenities, and transportation demand management facilities will be provided.

Photos Courtesy of Pettinaro Construction Co.

TPD prepared a large scale traffic impact study, which evaluated twenty-two intersections, as well as a TDM agreement.  Based on those documents, TPD was tapped to design the following on-site features:

  • A new access point to Route 141
  • An approximately ¾ mile long shared use path
  • A revised roundabout to service delivery trucks for the grocer
  • Several pedestrian upgrades to the existing signalized access points
  • Revised lane configurations at the existing signalized access points
  • Signal operation upgrades at the existing signalized access points

Based on DelDOT and County coordination, TPD was selected to design the following off-site roadway improvements:

  • Provision of an additional right turn on Montchanin Road at its intersection with Route 141
  • Signal timing and phasing improvements at the Route 141/Montchanin Road intersection
  • Provision of an additional left turn lane on both Route 141 approaches to Faulkland Road, resulting in dual left turn lanes
  • Signal timing and phasing improvements at the Route 141/Faulkland Road intersection
  • All associated pedestrian upgrades associated with the roadway improvements
  • All associated stormwater facilities associated with the roadway improvements
  • Five new DART bus stops