D. H. Stanton Park

Atlanta, Georgia

The existing park along the Atlanta Beltline was renovated and upgraded to include multi-use trails, a splash pad with a commissioned work of public art at its center, a gazebo, new site furnishings, updated landscaping and multi-use fields with accessible restrooms, and a concession stand for the neighboring community. The park also contains enhanced swale bio-retention areas to revitalize vegetative areas and is the first energy cost-neutral park in the City of Atlanta, featuring the use of photovoltaic solar panels to provide shade structure and also generate energy that is being sold back to Georgia Power.