Greenspace at Zone Recreation Center
Michael J. Zone Recreation Center is an innovative project that transformed the grounds of the center into a national model for how to redevelop an older urban park into a state-of-the-art ecologically friendly facility. The Greenspace improved and added to play and activity areas with new concepts that included green technology to maintain most of the stormwater on site, and re-introduce natural elements such as gardens. Pervious pavers and bioretention gardens were installed throughout the site.
Oberlin College, Adam Joseph Lewis Center Amphitheater & Pond
Created an outdoor amphitheatre in the heart of Oberlin College at the world famous Adam Joseph Lewis Center. The project included two water quality ponds joined by a solar powered pump. Surrounding the south end of the large pond is a sandstone amphitheatre constructed of reclaimed stone salvaged from another part of campus.
Wildwood Park Green Infrastructure Project
This project consisted of the design and construction of bioretention cells, bioswales, pervious paver and timber boardwalks to improve the green infrastructure at Wildwood Park.
Geoweb walls installed for slope stability and a bio-pond along Treadway Creek.