Mebane Community Park & Walker Field Tennis Complex


Client/Owner: City of Mebane, NC
Suggested Reference: David Cheek, City of Mebane
Total Construction Cost: $9,000,000
Project Scope: Planning, Design, and Permitting
Reviewing Agencies: North Carolina Dept. of Environmental Quality
North Carolina Department of Transportation
North Carolina Railroad
Completion Dates: Summer 2018
Project Engineer: Mark Reich, P.E. (AWCK Burlington Office)
Asst. Project Engineer: Franz Holt, P.E. (AWCK Burlington Office)
Field Representative: Ryan King (AWCK Burlington Office)

AWCK’s team of engineers and architects, and the Surface 678 team of park planners developed the Mebane Community Park to serve as a focal point in the City of Mebane’s continued master planning and community development initiative. Spanning over 32 acres of continuous open area, the master planned park features high quality artificial turf athletic fields, a dog park, paved trails, playground, splashpad, an expansive lawn and multi-purpose pavilion, and features naturally occurring vegetation throughout. AWCK designers worked closely with adjoining property owners, the City Council, the Community Park Steering Committee, and the City Staff in transforming the area into an easily accessible and pedestrian friendly gateway to the City.

AWCK’s development teams consistently demonstrate their ability to understand the needs of a community and work the key stakeholders in melding environment with function while creating vibrant recreational spaces. (See related information)