The Hidden Porch Wedding Chapel & Gardens
Catoosa, OK United States | 2012
In the Spring of 2011, John G. Smale, former Chairman of Procter & Gamble, presented a gift of $20 million to the Cincinnati Parks Foundation for the construction of Phyllis W. Smale Riverfront Park. Mr. Smales gift was given in tribute to his late wife, who spent decades working tirelessly to raise funds for the citys green spaces.
Sasaki Associates' (Boston, Massachusetts) aim was to make Smale Riverfront Park an enduring landscapea significant space that will last for generations. A strategic part of this decision was to specify that all of the steel in the park be hot-dip galvanized, whether it was to be painted or not. From event stage surrounding steel, to river walkway railings, to fountain tubular canopies, all of the steel will be sure to last for decades to come. Because of the vast scope and size of the project, we thought it would be best to provide a video production to appreciate the amount of steel used on this project which is being sent separately from this submission.
Recreation & Entertainment
Cincinnati, OH United States
Aesthetics, Coating Durability
Riverfront Railing, and Event Stage Canopy.
Sasaki Associates, Inc
Superior Steel Service LLC, Avenue Fabricating Inc.
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