The Palisades Recreation Center project involved renovating and expanding the historic building to provide new administrative, community, and support spaces for surrounding residents. The center underwent $9.5 million in renovations and added 6,000 square feet to the building, which was built in 1936.
The rec center boasts new windows and doors, a new half-court gymnasium, gathering spaces for teens and seniors, a larger multipurpose room, a fitness room and expanded office space. Its restrooms were updated to make them compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
D2 supported this historic preservation project by providing the following services sediment and erosion control measures, layback of excavation, clearing and grubbing, excavation , backfill and compaction, exporting and importing of soils, and site demolition.