Sasaki's Wilmington Waterfront Park lands the cover of LAM
Sasaki is delighted that Wilmington Waterfront Park—the first project to be fully implemented from Sasaki's master plan for the Port of Los Angeles—is featured on the cover of Landscape Architecture Magazine this month. Inside, the corresponding the article, "Reparations Become a Park," features rich and expressive imagery. "A great accomplishment—the cover of LAM!" says Steve Hamwey, PE, HASLA, principal in charge of the project. "Congrats to the port, the community, and the Sasaki team."
Built on a 30-acre brownfield site, the award-winning urban park serves as a public amenity by doubling the amount of open space in the community while also buffering the Wilmington residents from the extensive port operations to the south. Sasaki is proud to be a part of this intervention and the positive impact it has had—and will continue to have—on the community.