City of Miami
Perfectly situated in the heart of Miami, the Shenandoah community is home to a neighborhood to thousands of single family and multifamily households. Shenandoah Park is an integral part of daily life in this urban neighborhood, filled with tree lined streets and sidewalks that lead to the park. With the popular downtown Brickell area located just East, it is a nice place to call home.
Shenandoah Park was an aging park community park that was in desperate need of new facilities, equipment and uses that meet community needs. The local city commissioner based his reelection on Turning the tired old Shenandoah Park to be a shining example for all city parks in Miami. The commissioner and his chief of staff made themselves an integral part of the design and construction process. Creating sculpture gardens, adding a synthetic turf soccer field to the project, creating an outdoor exercise court that became a huge hit. Incorporating mosaic tile artwork on the pool house building.
“RDC was a true team player causing this project to be one of the best projects the City is very proud of”. – Ernest Cano; Construction Manager
- Olympic Swimming Pool (25 yard x 50 meters) (Deck +/- 11,700 SF / Pool: +/- 12,303 SF) existing pool: 4,600 SF
- Baseball field
- Two Basketball Courts (+/- 8,370 SF)
- Synthetic turf soccer field (+/- 48,720 SF) previous L shape field: +/- 62,007 SF
- Fitness Equipment
- Library Plaza (+/- 2,500 SF)
- Ball Field Improvements
- Pool restroom, staff offices and equipment building
- Gathering spaces
- Perimeter fencing
- Sports lighting
- Interior walking patch with lush landscaping