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Calvin, Giordano and Associates, Inc. was requested by the City of Weston to design and construct a nearly million renovation project for Peace Mound Park to address some serious ADA accessibility issues and bring it up to the same high standards of other parks in the city.
A major concern during the design of the project was the preservation of the existing tree canopy and the shaded, passive feeling of the park. Due to the significant amount of re-grading that was necessary in order to make the park A.D.A. accessible, 85 of the nearly 500 existing trees had to be removed, and another 120 trees were relocated on site. To offset this loss, however, 150 new trees have been planted, including 18 specimen Live Oak trees. The end result is that there are more trees in the park now, and the shaded, passive character of the site has been maintained. All of the walkways throughout the park are now accessible by wheelchair, and in many cases, this is made possible through the use of decorative stone retaining walls, which allowed for the preservation of the many existing mature trees within the park. The existing tot lot and swings have been replaced with a new play area that includes play equipment for children of all ages and physical abilities. The main play structure is completely accessible by children in wheelchairs, with a ramp leading up to the main platforms.
Another major feature of the park is that it contains a significant archeological site with artifacts from the Tequesta Indians. Thus, when the park was first developed, this portion of the site could not be disturbed, so it was mounded up to bury the artifacts below. Throughout the course of the project, care was taken not to disturbed this area, and 8 new bronze plaques with information on the history of the area have been inlaid in the walkways that surround it.