Parkinson Multi-Use Corridor

Client: City of Kelowna Infrastructure / True Consulting Group
Location: Kelowna, BC
Completion date: November 2009

Outland Design was the consulting landscape architect on a multi-disciplinary team with prime engineering consultant True Consulting Group on the pre-design of the Parkinson Pathway, a 1.3 kilometre off-road multi-use active transportation network pathway that connects the Landmark Town Centre over the Dayton Street Overpass through the Parkinson Recreation Centre to the Rails with Trails Pathway. Outland Design was retained to prepare a conceptual landscape design for the pathway and facilitated a public consultation process with True Consulting Group to receive feedback from the community on the proposed improvements. Urban Systems undertook the design development and contract administration phase of the Parkinson Pathway, and the capital works were completed in 2010.