Dale Hodges Park | Calgary, Canada

Dale Hodges Park is a transformative landscape along the Bow River in Calgary. The project was born of the need to restore the environmental health of a former quarry while addressing stormwater treatment opportunities for runoff from over 1,700 hectares of the adjacent urban area. Located within an existing 164-hectare river valley park, the site adds 40 hectares of integrated parkland, stormwater treatment facilities, and one of the largest public artworks in North America. The park concept highlights the journey of stormwater in the landscape through a series

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