We create parks and open space systems through thoughtful trail planning and design.
Lake Apopka Trail Connector - Apopka, FL
Provided landscape, hardscape design, and construction documentation for this Orange County project that connects the West Orange Trail to the Lake Apopka Loop Trail, an approximate 3.32-mile segment. The multi-use trail is made of asphalt pavement, with widths between 10 and 14 feet. Trail amenities include water fountains, trash receptacles, pet waste stations and park benches. This work was performed in collaboration with WBQ Engineers who served as the Prime Consultant. Completion Date: 2020
Trail System Master Plan Update - Seminole County, FL
Provided a comprehensive update to the Countywide Trail System Master Plan. The Plan identifies existing and planned regional trail networks and connections to Seminole County, along with City and County existing trails, widened sidewalk links, and parks. This effort validated previously proposed trails and identified new routes to improve connections to cities and communities that do not have access to the trail system. The planning process included extensive GIS analyses supported by ground-truth field reviews. The final plan includes a comprehensive inventory of all existing and proposed trails, a GIS documentation of trails, key destinations, opinions of probable construction costs, and additional document formatted for standalone proposed trails. Completion Date: 2021
SoDo O-Line Greenway - Orlando, FL
Provided conceptual design services for the pedestrian and bicycle multi-use trail facility that is envisioned to parallel the CSX/SunRail corridor that runs from downtown Orlando South through the SoDo (South Downtown) District, tying into the Orlando Urban Trail Extension, the existing SunRail Station, and the Historic AMTRAK station. The SoDo area is a vibrant neighborhood with enormous development potential given its proximity to Downtown Orlando. SoDo has a unique industrial character and is home to Orlando Health’s main campus which makes it a prime corridor for promoting health and wellness as well as bike and pedestrian mobility. Completion Date: 2020