Nitsch Engineering is providing land surveying, civil engineering, and transportation engineering services for the redevelopment of the Washington-Beech housing development. Originally built in 1952, the low- and moderate-income housing development is being redeveloped in two phases: the first phase will add 100 new units to the property (in four townhouses and a midrise building) and create three new streets, while the second phase will add another 105 units and four streets. Nitsch Engineering designed the site utilities, grading, and layout for Phase I improvements, including two new public streets and one private way. We also permitted the improvements and additions with the Boston Public Works Department, Boston Transportation Department, Boston Water and Sewer Commission, Boston Street Lighting Division, Boston Parks Department, and private utility companies. We developed the specifications and cost estimates for the project. Because the project is on an AUL Contaminated Site, we worked closely with the project team to address AUL concerns during the design and permitting process.