Tom Batroney Talks Community Connectivity in WE&T Magazine
Highway cap parks offer the opportunity of bridging the gap between residents and urban communities fractured by highway construction practices. HDR’s Tom Batroney — a water resources engineer with more than 15 years of experience leading planning and design projects — wrote about the Pittsburgh’s Frankie Pace Park which serves as an excellent example of a highway cap project that manages stormwater while also rejoining communities.
The Frankie Pace Park now serves as a national model for restoring open spaces and construct resilient, sustainable community spaces with the future in mind.
Read the whole article, “Cap and Connect,” in the July issue of Water Environment & Technology’s magazine.