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Completed Park and Recreation Center Projects

 
Amidon Park ImprovementsAmidon Park Improvements (Ward 6)
Department of General Services (DGS) in partnership with DOEE to provide Low Impact Developments (LID) to Amidon Park.
 
Arboretum Community Center Arboretum Community Center (Ward 5)
Department of General Services (DGS) in partnership with The Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR)  to provide moderate site upgrades to the existing facility.
 
Renovation of existing lifeguard storage building into a concessions building. The renovations includes creating new pass-thru windows for serving residents using exterior Banneker amenities, such as the tennis courts, basketball, etc and a full kitchen.
 
The new facility is approximately 32,000 sq-ft, and will include an indoor gymnasium w/bleachers, an indoor pool with waterslide, lockers, a game room, an exercise room and senior lounge.
 

Brentwood ADA Enhancements

Brentwood ADA Enhancements (Ward 5)
The Department of General Services, in conjunction with the Office of Disability Rights (ODR), will be performing American with Disability Acts (ADA) modifications to Brentwood Recreation Center. Typical upgrades may include ADA Men’s and Women’s restrooms, Front of building ADA ramp access, Rear of building ADA access and/or ADA handrails for outdoor egress.

 
Carter G. Woodson Memorial Park
The project consists of adding a bronze sculpture of Dr. Woodson seated on a memorial stone, new plantings, restoring iron fencing, new pavers, and potentially adding benches to this triangular park.
 
Chuck Brown Memorial ParkChuck Brown Memorial Park (Ward 5)
The park is a new and exciting location that honors the memory of of DC’s musical legend; Chuck Brown.
 
Columbia Heights Fitness Center (Ward 1)
Renovation and relocation of the fitness center at Columbia Heights Recreation Center. Includes new fitness equipment.
 
Francis Dog Park New Dog Park with ornamental fencing to match adjacent existing Francis Park field. Site improvements will include: Locakable entrance gates, concrete pad for unleash/leash area, litter receptacles, lockable storage cabinet, dog watering station, cleaning hoses and waste bag dispensers.
 
Fort Stevens Recreation Center
Department of General Services (DGS) in partnership with The Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) to provide moderate site upgrades to the existing facility.
  A new recreation center with new exterior amenities will replace the existing recreation center. The project includes Turtle Park Playground.
 
Hardy Recreation Center (Ward 3)
Scope of work to stabilize the 2,300 SF recreation center, to include the following: ADA improvements, mechanical/infrastructure improvements, (electrical, HVAC, site utilities, plumbing etc.) install new doors, windows Include new FF&E items and finishes where applicable and some exterior improvements.
 
Harrison Recreation Center Harrison Recreation Center ADA Improvements (Ward 5)
The Department of General Services, in conjunction with the Office of Disability Rights (ODR), will be performing American with Disability Acts (ADA) modifications to various Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) field house/recreational facilities, including Harrison.
 
Harry Thomas Recreation Center ADA Upgrades (Ward 5)
The Department of General Services, in conjunction with the Office of Disability Rights (ODR), will be performing American with Disability Acts (ADA) modifications to various Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) field house/recreational facilities. 
 
Hamilton ADA Enhancements (Ward 4)
The Department of General Services (“Office” of “DGS”), in conjunction with the Office of Disability Rights (ODR), will be performing American with Disability Acts (ADA) modifications to various Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) field house/recreational facilities.
 
Hillcrest Community Center ADA Upgrades (Ward 7)
The Department of General Services, in conjunction with the Office of Disability Rights (ODR), will be performing American with Disability Acts (ADA) modifications to various Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) field house/recreational facilities, including Hillcrest.
Kalorama ParkKalorama Park (Ward 1)
The park is a 3-acre triangular space located at the intersection of Columbia Road, Kalorama Road, and 19th Street, NW. The name Kalorama, means "beautiful view" in Greek.
 
Kelly Miller Tennis Courts (Ward 7)
Renovation of the three tennis courts at Kelly Miller Recreation Center. Includes paving, court resurfacing, new benches, fencing, posts, and nets.
 
Randall Pool and Pool House RenovationsKenilworth Recreation Center (Ward 7)
A new recreation center will be built for the community at Kenilworth-Parkside Elementary School.
 
The park design includes nine sculptural artworks, a memorial wall with an inscription written by family of the remembered, landscaping and hardscaping, new lighting and streetscape amenities.
Macomb Recreation Center (Ward 3)
The Department of General Services ("Office" of "DGS"), in conjuction with the Office of Disability Rights (ODR), will be performing American with disability Acts (ADA) modifications to various Departments of Parks and Recreation (DPR) field facilities. Each facility includes a site specific Executive ADA Summarry Assessment. Typical upgrades may include ADA Men's and Women's restrooms, Front of Building ADA ramp access, Rear of building ADA access and/or ADA handrails for outdoor egress.
 
Noyes ParkNoyes Park (Ward 5)
Noyes Park is a rectangular park located in the Brookland neighborhood of DC.
 
 
Oxon Run Playground (Ward 8)
The Oxon Run Playground project includes new play equipment, play surfacing, site furnishings, etc. in front of Oxon Run Pool House
 
Oxon Run Pool (Ward 8)
The Oxon Run Pool renovation is to include a new pool shell, decking, lighting, and misc. site improvements.
 
Marvin Gaye Playground, Recreation Center, and Trail ProjectRidge Road Recreation Center (Ward 7)
The new recreation center will include an indoor gymnasium, community room, commercial kitchen, arts and crafts room, office, computer room, teen lounge, senior room and restrooms.
 
Randall Pool and Pool House RenovationsRandall Pool House Renovations (Ward 6)
Project will be completed in two phases. Phase 1 includes pool house renovations to make the site ADA compliant, while upgrading the finishes. The second phase will include more extensive renovations to the pool, deck, equipment, etc., which will be completed after the 2016 pool season.
 
Randall Pool and Pool House RenovationsRandall Pool House Renovations (Ward 6)
Project will be completed in two phases. Phase 1 includes pool house renovations to make the site ADA compliant, while upgrading the finishes. The second phase will include more extensive renovations to the pool, deck, equipment, etc., which will be completed after the 2016 pool season.
 
Stead ParkStead Park (Ward 2)
Installation of artificial turf for a multi-use athletic field, a rubberized track, seating, site lighting, a splash pad water feature, a stage, landscaping (shade trees, new fencing and gates), and bio-retention areas.
 
Takoma Pool (Ward 4)
Stabilization and upgrades to the Takoma Aquatic Center
 
Taft Dwight Mosely Field (Ward 5)
Install new energy-efficient athletic field lighting, resurface three and a half basketball courts, install new site furnishings. natural turf on the athletic field and renovate three ball fields. The project will also include repaving the existing walking track, installation of two new drinking fountains, and a new 8’ tall vinyl-coated chain-link fence around the athletic field.
 
Volta Park ADA UpgradesVolta Park ADA Upgrades (Ward 2)
The Department of General Services, in conjunction with the Office of Disability Rights (ODR), will be performing American with Disability Acts (ADA) modifications to various Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) field house/recreational facilities, including Volta Park.