1st Street Promenade
A conceptual plan for the First Street Promenade has been designed by Williams + Paddon Architects. The half-mile long corridor in the heart of the campus will be built in phases. The Student Services Center Plaza was completed in summer 2010, the BMU/Trinity Commons area was completed summer 2011, the Kendall Hall area will be constructed summer 2012, and the final segment will be completed with the new Arts & Humanities Building.
Rendering of the 1st Street Promenade at Kendall Hall
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Kendall Node Features
- Recycled original pavement, approximately 2,500 yds. (about 400 dump truck loads worth of material), reused as base rock for new promenade.
- Recycled construction debris (wood, concrete, steel, vegetation, cardboard, etc.).
- LED pole lights.
- Grass area used for storm water filtration.
- Efficient new sprinkler system for portion of Kendall Lawn.
- Efficient new sprinkler system for new landscaping.
- On-site Storm water treatment.
- New storm drain system for 1st Street, PAC landscaping, and Kendall Lawn.
- New irrigation system for portion of Kendall lawn.
- New irrigation system for Kendall node and PAC landscaping.
- Continuation of new steam line from Trinity node down 1st Street for the new Arts & Humanities Building.
- Extending 12kV electrical conduit towards Normal Street for the new Arts & Humanities Building.
- Extending 480V electrical conduit towards Normal Street for the new Arts & Humanities Building.
- 2 Seat walls.
- 12 Benches.
- Brick Pavers
- ADA Accessible throughout.