Landscape Architect & Specifier News

AUG 2014

LASN is a photographically oriented, professional journal featuring topics of concern and state-of-the-art projects designed or influenced by registered Landscape Architects.

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70 Landscape Architect and Specifier News Pompano Beach (Continued from page 68) EDSA and Hall Fountains designed the splash pad. It was built by Burhardt Construction, Inc., and Hall Fountains. The concrete surface incorporates aggregate and colored concrete bands. The lawn area adjacent to the splash pad is synthetic turf manufactured by Synlawn. Pompano Beach Streetscape Team Pompano Beach/Community Redevelopment Project Manager Horacio Danovich, CRA Engineer, Director Landscape Architecture EDSA, Paul Kissinger, FASLA Engineers Coastal Planning & Engineering Delta G Consulting Engineers Keith and Associates Construction Management Services Contractor: Burhardt Construction Bermello Ajamil and Partners, Inc. Hall Fountains Reynolds Smith and Hills, Inc. Sweeney + Associates Testing Lab of Palm Beaches TRC Worldwide Engineers, Inc. Manufacturers Beacon Boral Bricks Forms + Surfaces: Olympia Bike Racks Hall Fountains Iron Age Design Landscape Structures LM Scofield Synlawn no empty spaces in the 315-capacity pier parking lot. This prompted the city to accelerate the plans to build a 500-car garage, which will provide extra capacity and serve to support future restaurants and other establishments. The community consensus is praise for every square inch of improvements. The city has received multiple accolades by local business groups, residents and tourists. People walk the area with a sense of belonging and complimenting a job well done. Kids can now play with the interactive water features and enjoy the new playground, while adults can work out in the exercise area. In conclusion, the efforts restored the "good old times" to Pompano Beach!

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