As part of the waterfront open space masterplan for the Concord Pacific lands north of False Creek, Coopers Park straddles the Cambie Street Bridge. PD Group developed the detailed design of what is now a Vancouver city park on previously contaminated land. It contains a focal point gazebo . . .
Extending eastwards from the southeast end of Davie Street to Coopers Park along the False Creek Waterfront is a section of pedestrian walk, bike path and streetscape designed by PD Group. With a grade difference between street and waterfront there were opportunities to create stepped seating spaces overlooking . . .
Following a Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation decision to close an old outdoor swimming pool adjacent to Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre and replace it with a sports court, PD group was appointed to prepare a renovation plan for the entire area of adjoining Oak Park. This included consulting the local community on the preferred . . .
Traditionally, this east-side park had been a city mainstay as a venue for field sports. In renovating the park, Vancouver Board of Parks & Recreation wished to create a community-centred focus with more varied park elements to draw in a wider range of park users. PD Group was appointed to lead the re-design of the park. Earlier attempts to gain support for changes had stalled and it was essential to actively engage . . .