Parks, Trails, and Recreational Facilities
For over a decade, we have helped local and state parks with upgrades and renovations to their facilities. These projects have included water and wastewater improvements, bathroom and concession building improvements, lighting, parking, and more. In addition, we have helped local universities with field improvements including a softball field. We are currently contracted with Oregon State Parks to help with renovations/improvements to state parks throughout Oregon.
Miller Park Concessions Building Improvements (Florence, OR)
The City of Florence, Miller Park Restroom & Concessions Building project consists of a 1,408 square-foot, single-story, concrete masonry block building on a slab foundation, with standing seam metal roofing system over glued-laminated beams. The existing wood framed concession building was demolished and the existing area was regraded. Construction included footings & foundations, building shell (including walls, roofs, ceilings, doors, windows, and louvers), rough-in electrical and plumbing, and concrete improvements included patios and sidewalks.
Crow Park Improvements (Rogue River, OR)
Rooster Crow Park is seen as one of most exciting beautification projects downtown Rogue River, Oregon has ever undertaken. The park improvements included new bathrooms, new pavilion , splash pad , paver walkways, outdoor lighting, as well as ping-pong and chess tables. Civil West had the pleasure of working with the Innovative Readiness Training (IRT) program and city staff during the construction phase of this community improvement.
Exploding Whale Park (Florence, OR)
The City of Florence owns several parcels of land at the Southwest end of the City. These parcels were slated for park development so pedestrians can access beach front land from Rhododendron Drive. Civil West worked with the City to design and oversee the development of a gravel path to a designated park area, a new paved parking lot, park benches and picnic tables with a covered pavilion and a boat tie-off point for boaters to access the beach from the water.
Lincoln City Cultural Center (Lincoln City, OR)
Since 1992, the Lincoln City Cultural Center has enriched the community through art and cultural events including art galleries, dance and musical performances, film festivals and other family based community events. Over time the center needed a host of renovations, Civil West was contracted for new improvements including new meandering sidewalk exiting the building; new sidewalk with ADA driveway apron along Highway 101; total redesign of the parking lot taking into account storm drainage; storm drainage catch basins and piping; landscape features; and site grading to accommodate new improvements.