Pictured are (from L to R): Ellen Puckett, Jeff Pongonis, and Aaron Frazier of MKSK; Adrienne Joly from the City of New Albany; and Katie Miller, Craig Schrader, Josh Ginnetti, Ryan Ely, and Todd Cunningham of EMH&T.
EMH&T professionals joined officials from the City of New Albany and professionals from Columbus-based landscape architecture firm MKSK to celebrate the groundbreaking of Rose Run Park, which will transform central New Albany when it is completed in late 2019. The new park will become a key civic asset and gathering place that underscores New Albany’s commitment to community, connectivity and the environment.
EMH&T is proud to work with the City of New Albany and MKSK to design the new park’s civic infrastructure, which will include a new bridge and promenade, a library garden linking the New Albany branch library to the park, walking and jogging trails, a wooded glen with a natural children’s play area, and a protected bike lane. These new amenities will provide multiple opportunities for both active and passive enjoyment and increase the walkability of the downtown core while improving safety for joggers, bikers, pedestrians, and students.
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