The Park at Beulah

The Park at Beulah in Grove City, Ohio, connects the City’s urban core to nature. EMH&T has provided professional engineering and construction administration services for the public improvements to develop this central park and conservation area. The Park that consists of approximately 30-acres. These site improvements included: three structures (4,100 SF pavilion, 2,600 SF shelter house, and a “finish-line” shelter), pickle ball courts, trails, parking, lighting, site grading, landscaping, irrigation, and utility service extension. A future phase will add an amphitheater to allow this space to be a destination for community events. The Park is adjacent to a 13-acre conservation area which includes the re-naturalized West Water Run. This stream project, also supported by EMH&T, restored 4,330 linear feet of the West Water Run – a stream enhancement that re-naturalized a channelized and enclosed stream to a natural floodplain, and provides a functional riparian corridor to improve the stream ecosystem and support stormwater management within the Beulah Park neighborhood.