Garden City & Boise, Idaho
This 205 feet single span pedestrian bridge provides a link over the Boise River connecting the green belt from Boise and Garden City. The bridge is composed of five individual sections that were fabricated in Montana. The sections were then bolted together on site. Using two cranes, the bridge was flown into place as one piece. An articulating revetment mattress and riprap protect the abutments while still allowing access to the Boise River for fishing and kayaking.
Bruneau Sand Dunes R.V. Camp consists of the construction of a twenty-three spot campground facility, as well as, the construction of a multipurpose public information and picnic shelter. The project included the installation of all the utilities needed to support each individual campground site, as well as all the road and site improvements.
Located on the Boise State University campus in the Janet Hay Memorial Plaza, the Eternal Wind sculpture was a public works art installation. Created out of stainless steel by a BSU graduate, the sculpture symbolizes the student teacher relationship. The plaza is complete with planters and benches and includes brick and granite inlay. This creates a gathering area that is a truly beautiful addition to the University campus.
One of the city’s landmarks, Generations Plaza is a central hub in downtown Meridian. This compact park was completed in two phases and includes an interactive fountain and landmark clock. The plaza also provides sitting walls and brick contrabution wall. Truly a community oriented space, this plaza functions year around with gathering spaces, summer fountains, and a focal point for the community Christmas tree during the holiday season.