Boundary/topographic survey for St. Paul and Dakota County to create a 6-mile trail connecting Harriet Island with South St. Paul and Lilydale as part of a regional trail system.
Photo Credit: City of St. Paul
From master plan review and updates, design through construction, renovation of this community park involved reconfiguration of ballfields, parking, and a drop-off area. Improvements included grading, utilities, stormwater management, pavements, basketball court, lighting, irrigation, picnic shelter, plaza, trails, fencing, drinking fountain & site furniture.
Tamarack Nature Center, located in Ramsey County focuses on environmental education and recreation. HTPO in working with the Design Team, provided surveying, schematic design and stormwater management design and permitting services for multiple proposed building improvements throughout the 320-acre site.
HTPO has worked on many improvements for this park over time. Most recently we worked on the pavilion reconstruction, site and parking lot improvements, and pickleball courts. Our previous work includes an ADA accessible playground area, open air amphitheater, utilities, lighted ballfield, parking lot and sledding hill.
HTPO services for this new trail and pedestrian bridge project included topographic survey, easements, design, cost estimates, wetland fill/mitigation plans and permitting, construction documents, MnDOT coordination, construction administration, inspection, and construction staking.
HTPO provided concept design, cost estimates, permitting, construction documents, construction administration, staking, and inspection for Flying Cloud Ballfields expansion for additional sports fields along with road, parking lots, and stormwater infiltration improvements.
HTPO services included design, surveying, construction documents, permitting and construction administration for relocation of trails, ballfields, site access, and parking due to road expansion. Upgrades included infiltration ponds, irrigation and drinking fountains.
This park redevelopment project received a grant from Dakota County for Low Impact Design for green features. Our services included survey, design, permitting, construction documents, construction administration, staking, and inspection.