Lewisville City Council approved another $29 million worth of work on the Corporate Drive extension, which will create a four-lane divided highway that will provide an arterial passage from Flower Mound to Plano.

Sundt Construction had a winning bid of $29.7 million for segments four and five of the project, voted on by council during the April 16 meeting. The Irving-based company is also doing segments two and three of the Corporate Drive expansion. That was a $43 million contract awarded in December by council.

The details

Funding for the newest addition will come from the Corporate Drive capital project account. The project, which will be from east of Elm Fork Trinity River to Carrollton Parkway and Carrollton Parkway from the Sam Rayburn Tollway to Old Denton Road, will include:
  • New street paving
  • Sidewalks and trail improvements
  • Drainage
  • Water meter
  • Street lighting
What else?

Corporate Drive starts at Long Prairie Road in Flower Mound and ends in Plano at Legacy Drive. The Lewisville portion would eventually connect with Carrollton Parkway, making it a regional thoroughfare, according to documents.

The project is expected to start in late May and be completed in spring 2027.