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.