MT-LA developed multiple conceptual design options for the renovation of an existing park into a tournament sand volleyball complex and neighborhood park. After six design and construction phases, Browns Park now has 16 full size tournament level sand volleyball courts, an inclusive ADA playground, splash pad, skate dote, basketball court, looped asphalt walking trail with lighting, three shelters and two restrooms.
Dutch Jakes Park
Olmsted Brothers Green
In 2012, Greenstone, the City of Spokane and the Washington State Department of Ecology entered into an agreement to collaborate on the development of a stormwater management system to stop discharge into the Spokane River. This system diverts stormwater in the Monroe Street corridor, north of the Spokane River, and some eastern portions of Kendall Yards, from discharge into the Spokane River.
Tullamore Sports Complex
Southeast Sports Complex
Southridge Tournament Sports Fields Complex
MT-LA led a multi-disciplinary team in the master planning and Phase I development of Kennewick’s Southridge Tournament Sports Fields Complex.
The park is located in Kennewick, WA and serves as a major tournament recreation facility. The MT-LA team provided master planning, management, operations proforma development and phase I design for the sports field complex.
West River Park
Greenacres Neighborhood Park
MT-LA led a multi-disciplinary team in the development of construction documents for Phase I construction. Phase I included: Street frontage improvements, parking, restroom, play area, splash pad, two shelters and open play fields.
The project included construction documentation, bidding, permitting and construction administration phases. In addition, part of the program was to coordinate development of the park site with a planned elementary school on the north side of the property.
Howard Amon Park Master Plan and Sturgeon Cove
Howard Amon Park is a 40+ acre park with 1500 feet of Columbia River frontage. The master planning process for the park included over 20 community workshops and individual stakeholder interviews.
Mike Terrell, ASLA led the multi-disciplinary team during the master planning and Phase I project design. The master plan includes creation of multiple entertainment venues, expansion of the existing river trail, landmark fountain, and other elements which reflect the history and cultural importance of the area.