Geneva Park District is in the processes of renovating multiple neighborhood playgrounds. Next spring, Washburn Park and Meadows Park playgrounds will both be receiving new play equipment and improved accessibility. Assisting the Park District, Upland Design provided concepts to update and enhance each site. These concepts as well as several play equipment choices were presented to the community for their approval. Community members gathered over hot dogs at the parks to review the options and make their final choices. Star and smiley face stickers were used to select the final choices and everyone from toddler to adult was encouraged… Find Out More Details…
On February 23rd, Tedx Windy City brought over 600 people together to hear about some great ideas. Break times and lunch were held on the indoor artificial turf “Ravinia” style. Upland Design linked Tedx volunteers to the great people at Perfect Turf to create the lawn. Thanks everyone for a great event.
Upland Design led the consultant team for the renovation and expansion of the intramural field complex at Northern Illinois University DeKalb campus. The construction will include two synthetic turf multi-use fields and four natural turf fields with lighting, irrigation, drainage and site amenities. A restroom and storage building is included to serve the student athletes. Construction is expected to continue through spring of 2013.
Batavia Park District’s Memorial Park has undergone a face lift! As part of a multi-year improvement project created by Upland Design, the tennis courts have been completely rebuilt along with the addition of a walking loop and parking improvements. More updates are to come in 2012 with improved ball field lighting and renovation of all three fields.
Spring is just around the corner as work out at Hoover Forest Preserve starts up again. Workers are placing steel for the future fishing deck on the Fox River. It will soon be time to kayak past it. We can’t wait!
Tired of the winter blues…just go outside, soak up some Vitamin D and you will start feeling better. Need an idea? Here are three. Call a friend and meet at a local park with a looping trail system. See how many loops you can do. Grab your kids (or your neighbor’s kids) and walk around the block seeking out winter animals. Get your camera and head to a local Forest Preserve to capture winter beauty in the woods. Whatever you do…..go outside!