Middle Harbor Shoreline Park

Park development included an open field at the center of Point Arnold, picnic and parking areas, a restroom building, a fountain, seawalls, and a terraced stairway to the beach. A promenade consists of a public beach, sheltered shoreline coves, and marshes. The park transitions to shoreline coves and marshes are part of public access to the Bay. The area for the Promenade was underwater and filled with dredged material.  Langan conducted the geotechnical investigations for the Park. Our role including evaluating the static and seismic stability of the shoreline coves and proposed building areas.