Bainbridge Downtown and Waterfront Revitalization

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Bainbridge Downtown and Waterfront Revitalization

Bainbridge Downtown and Waterfront Revitalization

Client: City of Bainbridge
Location: Bainbridge, GA
Size: 135 acres
Service: Community Design & Regional Planning

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Mark T. Llewellyn Sr., P.E.
 

Genesis assisted the City of Bainbridge, Georgia in a visioning process and completed a Master Plan for the Flint River waterfront that extends from the City’s Boat Basin Park on the south to Cheney Griffin Park on the north. In addition, the project included a review of the connectivity issues associated with the wayfinding and pedestrian connections between the Historic Downtown District and the City’s chain of waterfront parks.

The Connectivity Master Plan included: revitalized Cheney Griffin Park, an Environmental Interpretation Center, enhancements to an existing amphitheater, a 10’ multi-use trail along the river, a marina, a boat launch facility and associated parking, and a swim complex that included an outdoor park and a natatorium among other various smaller components. All components shown on the Master Plan illustrate constructable solutions responding to existing site conditions. This design approach enabled detailed cost analysis the City could use to support budgeting and future phasing of construction.

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Bainbridge Downtown and Waterfront Revitalization


Bainbridge, GA

Client:

City of Bainbridge

Location:

Bainbridge, GA

Size:

135 acres

Service

Community Design & Regional Planning

Highlights:

Charette
Community Planning
Landscape Design
Parks and Recreation Planning
Streetscape Design
Surveying
Walkable Community

Bainbridge Downtown and Waterfront Revitalization

Genesis assisted the City of Bainbridge, Georgia in a visioning process and completed a Master Plan for the Flint River waterfront that extends from the City’s Boat Basin Park on the south to Cheney Griffin Park on the north. In addition, the project included a review of the connectivity issues associated with the wayfinding and pedestrian connections between the Historic Downtown District and the City’s chain of waterfront parks.

The Connectivity Master Plan included: revitalized Cheney Griffin Park, an Environmental Interpretation Center, enhancements to an existing amphitheater, a 10’ multi-use trail along the river, a marina, a boat launch facility and associated parking, and a swim complex that included an outdoor park and a natatorium among other various smaller components. All components shown on the Master Plan illustrate constructable solutions responding to existing site conditions. This design approach enabled detailed cost analysis the City could use to support budgeting and future phasing of construction.