This CM/GC project for the City of Hillsboro included the creation of a new 11-acre park on the west side of 53rd Avenue. Adjacent to the existing 53rd Avenue Community Park and just south of the newly completed Hidden Creek Community Center, Hidden Creek Park West is one part of Hillsboro’s new “Trifecta.” Most importantly, the park was designed and built for people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds, further connecting, creating and strengthening the Hillsboro community.
Scope included natural play features, a sand and water play area, specialized runnel paving, naturalistic plantings, flexible lawns, pathways and trails, a fitness area, a place space for pop-up activities, a games area, shade structures, picnic pavilion, restrooms, parking and open spaces filled with climate-adapting landscaping and native restoration plants.
Additionally, the park features a custom play structure designed and fabricated by Earthscape Play Structures. With feedback from the community, the structure came from the City’s “Woods Gone Wild” theme and features a Forest Giant emerging from the woods to serve as an innovative way for guests to enjoy the new park.
Owner: City of Hillsboro
Owner's Representative & Landscape Architecture: MIG, Inc
Play Structure Design & Fabrication: Earthscape
Architecture: FFA Architecture & Interiors