Project Description

Maple Leaf Reservoir Park and Ballfields

This comprehensive park created for Seattle Parks and Recreation has “it all:”  ball fields, play ground, picnic areas, sport courts…and a view unmatched by most city parks!  The project was the culmination of years of planning and engineering for the City of Seattle.   The City covered one of its open-air water reservoirs and upon completion of that phase, created a park at top the enclosure.  Paul Brothers portion of the project was extensive, nearly $3million dollars and over a year of construction to create this show case piece including:  two ballfields w/ dugouts and bleachers, basketball and tennis courts, open fields, rain gardens, picnic shelters and a state of the art playground complete with zipline, play caves, trails and community gardens.  Construction included asphalt trails, concrete, grading, seeding, plumbing, electrical, irrigation, landscaping and various other elements.

Project Details

YEAR

2013

CLIENT

Seattle Parks and Recreation

TESTIMONIAL

The renovated play area dedication took place May 18, 2013. The park was decorated with butterflies and swarmed with neighborhood children. The new play area will surprise you with all the diverse ways to play – whizz down the zip line, practice your bouldering and explore the children’s garden. Parks awarded the construction contract to Paul Brothers Contractors. They completed the play area and the reservoir section.

JOBSIZE

$2.9 million