Jamison Square is a one-acre park featuring a complex stepped stone wall. The park design includes three main elements: a fountain, a boardwalk, and an outdoor gallery. The stone fountain metaphorically expresses the idea of an “aquifer," as water pours
Stormwater canals carry water to a series of constructed wetlands that remove pollutants, prevent downstream flooding, and help recharge the local aquifer. Rows of poplars recall the agricultural landscapes of Mormon pioneers.
Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems, or SUDS for short, refers to a range of drainage systems that manage rainwater during storms or periods of heavy rain. Sustainable drainage techniques include temporarily storing the water, slowing it down so it.
A view of the courtyard and water feature looking towards the entrance to the office building lobby. The lobby connects the courtyard to the north edge of the site through an additional entrance that opens onto Pennsylvania Avenue.
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