Riverwalk Trail Project
The City of Bainbridge is an outdoor oriented community that prides itself on parks, recreation, and natural resources. The community has 5 miles of beautiful shaded riverbanks. Along the east bank of the Flint River is the Cheney-Griffin Park and the Earle May Boat Basin Park. The Earle May Boat Basin Park has 2.5 miles of paved walking trails while the Cheney-Griffin Park had no walking trails. To enhance the park, a Riverwalk Trail was proposed along the river to connect the parks. 
Project Summary
● 1.5 miles long gravel walking trail along the Flint River
● 8 feet wide x 120 feet long pedestrian bridge 
Services Provided
● Application for Recreation Trail grant to GDNR   
● Environmental assessment report to US Army Corps of Engineers
● Permitting services⁠ - US Corps of Engineers, State Historic Preservation, U.S. Fish & Wildlife, U.S. Coast Guard, GDOT, NDPES and EPD
● Surveying
● Easements⁠—CSXT and DOT
● Design services
● Cost estimating
● Contract documents
● Construction surveying & monitoring
● Construction administration

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