Tuscan Village Mixed-Use Development

Project Highlights

  • Local, State & Federal Permitting
  • Stream & Floodplain Design
  • Civil Engineering

The Tuscan Village project includes replacing the historic Rockingham Park racetrack with a multi-phase mixed-use development that will include both residential and commercial uses on the 170-acre site. The South and Central Village portions include approximately 800,000 square feet of retail, office and residential uses. The existing culverted stream, Policy Brook, that ran through the project site was daylighted, creating over 3,000 linear feet of natural stream and adjacent floodplain to allow for the development of the project. Tighe & Bond provided civil engineering, stream and floodplain design, local, state and federal permitting and construction phase services for the project.

Designed in collaboration with Tuscan Brands and architects PCA, this multi-disciplinary approach combines the deep engineering and environmental knowledge of Tighe & Bond with the placemaking expertise of landscape architects of Halvorson | Tighe & Bond Studio to create a series of green open spaces that serve the dual purpose of restoring the ecosystem and elevating the visitor and resident experience.

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