Landscape Architect & Specifier News

MAR 2018

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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Charles Lewis III Memorial Park fills a desperate need for park space and habitat restoration, while offering the community opportunities for active and passive play. It embodies the City Heights community in the way it offers a diverse and vibrant destination that accommodates all ages, creeds, and socioeconomic backgrounds to foster a unique sense of place in the community. Left: The decorative path lighting—bollards and pedestrian luminaires (NOV Ameron poles) gives residents the confidence to use the meandering DG walking trail after sunset. Above: The prefabricated pedestrian footbridge crosses a tributary of Auburn Creek. March 2018 63 Landscape Architect of Record: (Design Development, Construction Documents, Construction Administration):Schmidt Design Group, Inc. JT Barr, PLA, ASLA - Principal Nate Magnusson, PLA, LEEP AP, ASLA - Project Manager Master Plan Landscape Architect Groundlevel Brad Lenahan - Principal Civil & Structural Engineer BWE Tom Eagling – Civil Engineer Chris Cobb – Structural Engineer Electrical Engineer Kanrad Engineering Tony Kan Traffic Engineer Urban Systems Associated Mort Vahabzadeh Project Biologist Helix Environmental Benjamin Rosenbaum Project Team Left: The southern entry plaza invites the community into the park and honors the late Charles Lewis III, a former city council member who was noted for his strong for under-served communities.

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