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Route 1 South Infrastructure Plan

Reimagining one of Maine’s most iconic roads

  • Falmouth, Maine

    Falmouth, Maine

Enhancing a corridor to plan for future development in Maine

The historic Route 1 corridor in Maine is one of the most scenic roadways in the country, but when development along Route 1 South became disjoined, the Town of Falmouth brought us in to enhance the corridor and plan for future development.

With the promise of updates and additional connections, this portion of Route 1 in Falmouth became rejuvenated. We joined forces with Town staff, project steering committee, the business community, and utility companies to design improvements for all users.

The roadway was improved to accommodate trucking, vehicles, bicycles, and pedestrians alike. To create a more authentic feel in the corridor, all overhead utilities were placed in underground vaults and refreshed with historic lighting. To improve livability, we included other streetscaping amenities like street trees and median islands.

Now that construction is complete, users have noted how much more attractive the area is, and businesses are planning future development—just as the Town had hoped.

At a Glance

Meet Our Team

Mark Debowski, Project Manager

My greatest joy is bringing success to all of my projects by collaborating with internal and external team players.

Bill Moore, Senior Principal

I like working with and being around engineers and planners, and I’m proud of the work we do together for our region.
  • Mark Debowski

    Project Manager

  • Bill Moore

    Senior Principal

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