AEG Staff, as Deputy Project Manager, provided professional design services for the preparation of a Traffic Study Report, Phase I Project Development Report and the preparation of Phase II Contract Plans, Specifications, and Estimates for the rehabilitation of Congress Parkway in downtown Chicago. Related environmental work included traffic noise analysis, air quality analysis and Section 106 Statement of No Effect. The project consisted of the improvement of Congress Parkway between Wells Street, the eastern terminus of the Eisenhower Expressway, and Michigan Avenue. The purpose and need of the project was to improve the vehicular traffic capacity of the roadway creating and provide streetscape amenities along the roadway, creating a friendlier pedestrian environment. The estimated construction cost was $20.4 million.