San Diego Botanic Garden - Hamilton Children's Garden Phase I To grow San Diego Botanic Garden by constructing a unique Children's Garden expanding onto 4.5 acres of undeveloped land. The Children's Garden is abundant in educational opportunities, nature exhibits, decks, water features, green roofs, revenue generating opportunities etc. and is intended to provide nurturing experiences for children and adults alike through the exploration of nature while substantially increasing garden membership and revenue.
Unique aspect: Construction of a 30' tall concrete ficus tree that successfully incorporates living branches to create a one of a kind fun and educational ADA accessible treehouse as the centerpiece of the children's garden.
Project cost: $4 Million - Phase I Completed on Budget and on Schedule
Awards: 2009 Orchid Award from the San Diego Architectural Foundation for Landscape Architecture
American Society of Landscape Architects San Diego Chapter 2009 Honor Award
Finalist for 2009 Intelligent Use of Water Leadership Award from Rain Bird
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