Indianapolis Cultural Trail wins the 2012 Monumental Award
Landtech was recently included in the irrigation design and oversight in the development of this outstanding downtown greenway project. The Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick, received the Monumental Award at the 35th annual A Monumental Affair awards ceremony on November 15, 2012. The primary firm responsible for the project was Rundell Ernestberger Associates, LLC
“A bold and transformative project featuring a world-class bike and pedestrian path that connects neighborhoods, cultural districts and entertainment amenities.” - Scott Miller, Indy Chamber President and CEO
Sharing with you the recent post from Rundell Ernestberger Associates, LLC:
Serving as the downtown hub for the Indianapolis greenway system, the Cultural Trail has established a framework of green infrastructure that creates a more connected and sustainable community in which to live, work, play and learn. The Cultural Trail provides a new prototype for urban transportation corridors that integrates green infrastructure, clean transportation, community revitalization, economic development, and sustainable design. Funded by private donations and federal transportation grants, this eight-mile, $63.5 million project was designed and constructed in multiple phases over a six-year period.
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