Calender Road existed as a rural two-lane asphalt section including borrow ditches on either side and consisted of two sharp horizontal curves at t-intersections that presented safety concerns to the city of Arlington. The improvements for street rebuild included a new forty-five-foot concrete paving section with three vehicular lanes and adjacent bike lanes, a new closed-system storm drainage system, driveway connections, sidewalks, ADA ramps, traffic signage, pavement markings, and street lighting. Also, the paving design included two proposed roundabout intersections at the existing t-intersections with Eden Road and Kuykendall Drive.

Dunaway designed public street improvements including water, sanitary sewer, paving, and storm drainage for Calender Road within the City of Arlington.Additional services that Dunaway performed as part of the project were; a flood study and downstream impact analysis of an unnamed tributary to Sublett Creek, a natural resources report for the project limits, geotechnical analysis, subsurface utility engineering, topographic survey, and preparation of right-of-way and easement documents.