ROSE PARK

PUSH studio prepared schematic plans that included playground upgrades, ADA ramp access, circulation reorganization and stormwater management. Rose Park was a collaborative effort between The Friends of Rose Park, The Trust for Public Land, the Parks and Recreation Department and the Department of General Services. The park schematic design was a part of the Washington DC Mayor’s $30 million ‘Play DC’ park renovation initiative, which included 28 city parks.

Client:  Trust for Public Land, DC Parks and Recreation & DC Department of General Services
Location:  Washington, DC
Status:  Constructed 2015
Budget: $1 million
Project Team: Glenn LaRue Smith, Principal-in-charge    Vinson J. Camacho, Design Associate
Collaboration: Smith + Murray studios, Washington, DC    SiteWorks Landscape Architecture – New York, NY    Design/Build – General Services Administration, Washington, DC