LOCATION: Cuyahoga Valley National Park | Peninsula, OH
FINAL CONTRACT VALUE: $457,000
SCOPE OF WORK: Pinnacle performed as Prime Contractor in this improvement project at the Environmental Education Center (EEC) at the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. The scope of work included the removal of roughly 14,000 square feet of existing paver walkway and replacing it with 6″ colored concrete containing ADA warning pads. Ohio native animal prints were added to the fresh concrete for wildlife training and aesthetics. 535 linear feet of sidewalk was installed along the road for foot traffic leading from the Lipscomb Campus to the Administration Campus. This portion of sidewalk contained ADA warning pads as well.
1,800 square feet of paver removal was also completed for the new fire pit area. Fire pit construction consisted of stamped concrete and new composite benches. Pinnacle also removed and installed new lighted bollards around the new concrete sidewalks. All existing handrails were removed, and new rails were fabricated and installed at the Lipscomb Barn.
Stone retaining wall restoration and masonry tuck pointing was completed, also ensuring weep-holes were functional. Lastly, Pinnacle completed the replacement of all decking and railings at the ADA entrance ramp to the building, to include all hangers, joists, and a composite decking material with hidden fasteners.