Harriman State Park of Idaho*
Master planning and design services were provided to Trout Architects of Boise, Idaho for recreation and historic district improvements at this 11,000-acre state park in eastern Idaho. A concept plan was created for the developed area of the park, including the historic Railroad Ranch. Concepts that were constructed included a new entry road and gate feature, and a new overnight retreat center with a courtyard containing a stone fire ring and rustic log benches. Features to be implemented in a future phase include a new equestrian day use facility and campground, yurt camping, and trail system. Photos courtesy of Trout Architects. *AECOM project.
Peaks to Plains Park
This campus greenspace captures the spirit of Montana and provides a place for the community to gather. Local talent is showcased in public art, design details and events. The “Quarry”; a small garden and fountain, references the historic sandstone quarry. The xeriscape demonstration garden is a contemplative space where art, literature and nature are enjoyed.
Meydenbauer Bay Park & Land Use Plan*
The Master Plan envisions a memorable shoreline experience, improves access to the water, promotes environmental stewardship, celebrates the area’s rich history and provides opportunities to learn and recreate. Enhancements will connect the shoreline, parks, downtown, historic Main Street, and neighborhoods. The City Council’s unanimous adoption follows an intensive four year planning process that engaged many spirited stakeholders. *AECOM project.
Swords Park & Black Otter Trail*
For 20 years, we have worked to protect the Rimrocks and this ecologically, regionally, and historically significant City of Billings Park that overlooks the city and Yellowstone River Valley. Enhancements recommended in the 1997 Master Plan have been incrementally realized including interpretive sites, trail markers, trail heads, native landscape restoration, and multi-use trails connecting to the larger greenway system originally planned by Fischer & Associates. *AECOM project.