Salt Spring Island Lions Commemorative Bike Park - Design and Storm Management

Dec 14, 2017, 11:24 AM
Project manager:
Elizabeth FitzZaland
Contact person:
Dan Ovington
Project manager phone:
(250) 538-7027
Contact person phone:
(250) 537-4448
Project ID:
SSI 2017-037
Dec 14, 2017, 11:30 AM
Jan 9, 2018, 03:00 PM
Approx. Time Left:
Salt Spring Island Parks & Recreation
Project Status:
Tender Type:
Request for Proposal

Awarded to:
E. Lees & Associates Consulting Ltd.

Project Description:

The CRD is looking for a creative consultant team to lead the design process for the Salt Spring Lions Commemorative Bike Park on Salt Spring Island. The 0.8 acre site is located at 160 Seaview Rd in the southeast corner of Mouat Park in Ganges Village. The Bike Park is envisioned as a woodland park, compatible with the surrounding natural areas and existing park uses, and welcoming to bike riders of all ages, especially young children. 

The successful team will have demonstrated strong public engagement and communication skills, as well as a high level of technical expertise and experience in the following areas: landscape design, site planning and public space planning; bike trail design that considers flow, skill development and maintenance; stormwater management; and natural habitat restoration.

The project will include four major components:

1. Concept Design
2. Stakeholder and Community Engagement
3. Final Design and Construction Drawings
4. Stormwater Management Plan

The components are expected to be undertaken by a single multi-disciplinary team. The stormwater management plan will be integral and help to inform the Bike Park design.

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