Aquatic Park Promenade

The Aquatic Park Promenade underwent extensive construction to improve pedestrian safety: removing historic railroad rails, ties, walls and storm drains; resurfacing the promenade; and constructing retaining walls, handrails, and pedestrian and bicycle trails. The promenade was built in the 1930s as part of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) program and is a National Historic Landmark. For the 1,300 feet long, 20 feet wide promenade, Langan conducted geotechnical and environmental site investigations, prepared a Soil Management Plan, and provided consultation services during construction.