Project Stats
Client
Terrace Park Elementary Parent Teacher Organization
Location Mariemont, OH
Year
2011
Market
Size 8.00 Acres
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Services Provided:

  • Construction Phase Services

    • Bidding Assistance
    • Change Order Review & Recommendation
    • Construction Document Conformance Verification
    • Construction Quality Assurance
    • Owner Representation
    • Punchlist & Closeout
    • Regular Site Visitation
    • Schedule Management
    • Shop Drawing Review
    • Submittal Review
  • Land Surveying

    • Construction Layout & Staking
  • Civil Engineering

    • Earth Retaining Structures
    • Infiltration Trench-Basin
    • Site Development
    • Storm Water Control Facilities
  • Landscape Architecture & Planning

    • Biofiltration Swales
    • 3D Modeling
    • Community Identity Design
    • Contract Documents and Specifications
    • Green Infrastructure
    • Market Graphics
    • Master Planning
    • Planting Plans
    • Porous Paver Systems
    • Preliminary Budgeting - Final Cost Estimating
    • Programming
    • Rain Gardens
    • Site Furnishing Selection
    • Site Planning
    • Urban and Streetscape Design

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Project Highlight

In early 2011, the Terrace Park Elementary Parent Teacher Organization & Terrace Park Elementary School selected Bayer Becker to master plan & design the new school’s campus. Yet, they were looking for something more than a modest vegetated makeover of the existing grounds. The vision was to create a school campus for teaching, abundant in educational opportunities appeals to students and community members.  With this vision in mind, Bayer Becker worked diligently with community representatives to design a campus to match the vision, yet fit within the project's tight budget.

The final design took the idea of a campus of teaching and transformed it into a “Learning Campus”. The Terrace Park Elementary Learning Campus includes a variety of learning and teaching opportunities. An interactive sundial/council ring, amphitheater, rain gardens, and a serpentine mound were all utilized to teach students about geometry, local archeological history, solar patterns, mathematics, and natural processes. Native trees were strategically selected and placed to create a mico-arboretum to expose students to native plant science & identification.

Through community/faculty involvement and creativity, Bayer Becker was able to help the community of Terrace Park realize its dream of a true educational campus.

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