Bainbridge Downtown Linear Park

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Bainbridge Downtown Linear Park

Bainbridge Downtown Linear Park

Client: City of Bainbridge
Location: Bainbridge, GA
Size: 135 acres
Service: Community Design & Regional Planning

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Mark T. Llewellyn Sr., P.E.
 

Genesis completed a Master Plan for the array of waterfront parks along the Flint River that extends from the City’s Boat Basin Park on the south to Cheney Griffin Park on the north. The project included connectivity issues between the Historic Downtown District and the City’s chain of waterfront parks.

The Master Plan included: revitalized Cheney Griffin Park, an Environmental Interpretation Center, enhancements to an existing amphitheater, a skate park, a 10’ multi-use trail along the river, a marina, a boat launch facility and associated parking, and a swim complex that included an outdoor park and a natatorium among other various smaller components. All components on the Master Plan are constructable solutions responding to existing site conditions. This approach enables detailed cost analysis the City is using to budget future phases of construction.

Genesis is currently working with the City to complete the survey, design, and construction inspection services for the City’s Downtown Streetscape Program. The project consists of approximately 1.5 miles of downtown sidewalk replacement and other streetscape enhancements. The new design includes improvements to pedestrian spaces while meshing with previously completed work.

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Bainbridge Downtown Linear Park


Bainbridge, GA

Client:

City of Bainbridge

Location:

Bainbridge, GA

Size:

135 acres

Service

Community Design & Regional Planning

Highlights:

Charette
Community Planning
Linear Project Landscape Design
Mapping & Cartography
Parks and Recreation Planning
Streetscape Design
Surveying
Walkable Community

Bainbridge Downtown Linear Park

Genesis completed a Master Plan for the array of waterfront parks along the Flint River that extends from the City’s Boat Basin Park on the south to Cheney Griffin Park on the north. The project included connectivity issues between the Historic Downtown District and the City’s chain of waterfront parks.

The Master Plan included: revitalized Cheney Griffin Park, an Environmental Interpretation Center, enhancements to an existing amphitheater, a skate park, a 10’ multi-use trail along the river, a marina, a boat launch facility and associated parking, and a swim complex that included an outdoor park and a natatorium among other various smaller components. All components on the Master Plan are constructable solutions responding to existing site conditions. This approach enables detailed cost analysis the City is using to budget future phases of construction.

Genesis is currently working with the City to complete the survey, design, and construction inspection services for the City’s Downtown Streetscape Program. The project consists of approximately 1.5 miles of downtown sidewalk replacement and other streetscape enhancements. The new design includes improvements to pedestrian spaces while meshing with previously completed work.