Fairmount Park – Riverside, CA

The location of the new play area previously contained a small play area and picnic tables. Fairmount park once contained a small amusement park with a carousel. The new universally accessible play area was theme to recreate the amusement park atmosphere. A 60’ diameter shade structure at the tot lot replicates the original carousel. Swings,


Rio Vista – Pico Rivera, CA

The City and School District exercised a joint use agreement for this facility located on district property. The City hired Hirsch & Associates, Inc. to designed and provide construction support for the sports facility renovations for use by girls softball. Project includes (5) Softball Fields, concession/Restroom Building, Sports Lighting, (2) Batting Cages, Shaded Picnic Areas,


Hank Riggio Play Area – Burbank, CA

Hank Riggio Play area was an existing facility that featured outdated equipment, poured in place concrete retaining walls that created non compliant path of travel conditions. HAI provided design services from concepts through construction support. The new play area features separate school aged structure and Tot structure as well as swings. Poured in place rubber


Louis A. Pompei Memorial Park – Glendora, CA

Louis A. Pompei Memorial Park was an existing 20-acre Flood Detention Basin with (2) baseball fields. The new park design includes, (4) baseball/softball fields, (3) practice football and soccer fields, football field/soccer stadium with spectator seating for 350 people, batting cages, cheer squad area, state of the art MUSCO Sports Lighting, covered play area, plaza


Rotary Park – Long Beach, CA

This 1.3 acre park is located adjacent to Pacific Coast Highway within an abandoned Pacific Railroad right-of-way. Local artists developed a scaled solar system walk within the city park design. The City of Long Beach, the Rotary Club of Long Beach and Rotary International all collaborated in the coordination of the artists along with various


Sycamore Canyon Park – Diamond Bar, CA

Renovation of this park area included the removal of a telephone pole retaining wall over 12’ high, providing new Universally Accessible Play Area integrated into the ADA compliant path of travel from the upper park area to the lower park area, shaded picnic area, new hardscape and retaining wall system, stairs, decorative railings, landscape and