in Bike/Pedestrian, Bridges, Roadways, Utilities 25 Jun Urban design and consensus-building charrettes leads the $1 billion transformation of the Ohio Riverfront. Project Type: Highway Client: City of Cincinnati Construction Cost: $160,000,000 Length: 0.755 miles KZF Design was the prime subcontractor responsible for management of urban design and associated architectural and engineering services for the reconfiguration of Fort Washington Way, an urban segment of I-71 along the edge of downtown Cincinnati. Specifically, KZF provided urban/streetscape design, exterior lighting and communications design services. Mechanical and structural design services were also provided for ancillary spaces. As part of the project, KZF designed a Transit Center running the length of four blocks under Second Street and design of several gateway elements.