18 Jun 2020 Community Challenge Update
Splash Pad at Rotary Park
In 2020, Brosz Engineering was announced as the winner of the first ever Community Challenge put on by Bowman County Development Corporation! This project was submitted and won the community vote. During the plan development for this project, Brosz Engineering was approached by the Bowman Park & Rec Department about an opportunity to combine their Splash Path project with another project also planned at Rotary Park. The School of Promise has plans to install a new playground at Rotary Park designed for children in the 1 to 5 year age range. Combining a “dry” playground area with a “wet” playground area is becoming a common theme in recreational areas throughout the Unites States.
“Brosz Engineering is excited about the opportunity to partner with the School of Promise and Bowman Parks and Rec Department to bring this new vision for a wet and dry playground to reality,” said Jon Brosz, 2020 Community Challenge Project Lead.
With a combined group effort, the project has increased in size and is even better than the original plan. Instead of a 10’ sidewalk featuring several water features, the updated Splash Pad consists of a 35’x55’ concrete area with 28 water features. Not only is the project larger, but it will also be able to cater to a larger age range.
As the project grew, the timeline was extended. The Splash Pad at Rotary Park is now expected to begin and complete construction in 2022. Brosz Engineering met with the Community Challenge Committee and had an extension approved through Bowman County Development Corporation.
If you have any additional questions on the Splash Pad at Rotary Park or would like to donate, please contact Jon Brosz at Brosz Engineering.
Exact features are still tentative and plans are subject to change with product availability.