This project involved the design of a new interior road and public utilities for a 12.5-acre former brownfield site. This was redeveloped for light manufacturing and office use. The City of Rochester had previously undertaken demolition and site remediation, creating an environmentally clean parcel for subdivision and redevelopment. Their next step was retaining Fisher Associates to design a new 28-foot-wide street and cul-de-sac; a water main for both domestic and fire flows; sanitary, and storm facilities; street lighting; a new traffic signal at the intersection of the new access road and Driving Park Boulevard; and for coordination with gas, electric, and telecommunications companies for relocation of utilities at the impacted Driving Park intersection. Our work included a drainage study for a fully developed site, with stormwater directed to a combined storm and sanitary sewer.