Cameron McCarthy worked for Bend Park & Recreation District (BPRD) on the design development for Rockridge Park, an undeveloped 36-acre site adjacent to an elementary and middle school, and surrounded by residential neighborhoods. The project proposed the development of a 4 to 6-acre neighborhood park within the site and planned for future uses. The preliminary… Read more »
Cameron McCarthy worked for Bend Park & Recreation Department (BPRD) on the design and construction of Hillside Park. Hillside Park includes an existing neighborhood park owned by BPRD and a reservoir and off-leash dog area owned by the City of Bend. The preliminary concept plans for the park envisioned new traditional play, nature play, wild… Read more »
Eagles Park was an existing downtown urban park that was suffering from problems of deterioration and vandalism. Cameron McCarthy conducted community input sessions to discuss appropriate updates for the park. Our office led the design improvements and renovation of the park. The park was completed in 2003.
The project is the result of a partnership between the Willamalane Park and Recreation County (WPRD) and Springfield Public Schools (SPS). WPRD’s 3.5-acre neighborhood park is the first phase of a future school site within an underserved neighborhood in east Springfield planned for future residential development. Cameron McCarthy prepared and obtained all land use approvals for… Read more »
Cameron McCarthy prepared an initial concept plan and cost estimate for Fir Street Park, a 0.5-acre mini park, as part of the 2011 Sisters Parks Master Plan. Following support for the project from the Sisters City Council, CM assisted City staff with design refinements including cost estimating and illustrative concepts. The City received a Local Government Grant… Read more »