Alpharetta has awarded a $193,787 contract for new street and pedestrian lighting on Northwinds Parkway. AJC FILE

Alpharetta OKs $193.7K streetlight contract

Alpharetta has let a $193,787 contract for the installation of street and pedestrian lighting along the recently completed portion of Northwinds Parkway.

The City Council awarded the contract to Brooks Berry Haynie & Associates Inc. to install 18 street lights and 16 pedestrian lights. They will be LED fixtures matching what was previously installed along Westside Parkway between Old Milton Parkway and Webb Bridge Road, according to a staff report to the Council.

Brooks Berry submitted the lowest of four bids for the work. The contractor previously handled similar projects in Marietta and Atlanta and has worked on traffic signal projects in Alpharetta, staff said.

Work will begin after light fixtures and poles are delivered and is to be completed within 60 days.

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